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Life Station drivers hit delivery milestones

Two Southside Life Station drivers recently hit significant milestones. Thomas Mitchell completed 2,500 deliveries of emergency food to people in need, and Ardin Stevenson completed 1,500 deliveries.

The organization has made more than 17,000 deliveries since the onset of the pandemic, according to a press release.

The Life Station is a ministry of the Northwest Ohio Baptist Association and is sponsored by multiple churches, businesses, and individuals. It provides emergency food to those experiencing poverty and hunger. Items are delivered to those who cannot pick up food from a pantry; this is around 40 percent of its clients.

Pastor Daniel Stevenson, director of Southside Life Station, said in a press release that the ministry seeks to help individuals in need and to “overcome evil with good.”

Those in need of emergency food or those interested in volunteering with or donating to the Life Station can go to

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