Patrons and volunteers at the Sandalwood Community Food Pantry, including founder the Rev. Dr. Nannette Pierson, left, join hands and say a prayer March 4 before that morning's distribution of food. The Hilton Head Island food bank has lost its lease at its Mathews Drive location and must find a new home by April 1.
Patrons and volunteers at the Sandalwood Community Food Pantry, including founder the Rev. Dr. Nannette Pierson, left, join hands and say a prayer March 4 before that morning's distribution of food. The Hilton Head Island food bank has lost its lease at its Mathews Drive location and must find a new home by April 1. JAY KARR/The Island Packet
Patrons and volunteers at the Sandalwood Community Food Pantry, including founder the Rev. Dr. Nannette Pierson, left, join hands and say a prayer March 4 before that morning's distribution of food. The Hilton Head Island food bank has lost its lease at its Mathews Drive location and must find a new home by April 1. JAY KARR/The Island Packet

Religion News: Hilton Head food pantry searches for permanent home

March 12, 2011 12:01 AM