A new food pantry could be coming to town, if a Rhinelander woman can find the right distribution space.
WXPR’s Natalie Jablonski sat down with Chrissie Peterson who thinks Ruby’s Pantry would benefit the Northwoods.
Chrissie Peterson says Ruby’s Pantry would be held one day a month, and would serve working class families.
“The target market that I think Ruby’s pantry is for is those familes less fortunate that live paycheck to paycheck. With Ruby’s Pantry you pay 15 dollars for roughly 100 dollars worth of food.”