Baldwin-White Cloud Ranger District jumps into icy waters

Over 2,000 pounds of food collected for Bread of Life Pantry during polar plunge-type event

BALDWIN — Hardy employees with the Baldwin-White Cloud Ranger District once again braved icy cold waters during its annual polar plunge food drive event.

Staff with the Huron-Manistee National Forest, along with their families, collected food to give back to the community, with an icy reward of a polar plunge, along with the satisfaction of helping those in need right in the communities they work.

Those with the Baldwin-White Cloud Ranger District collected food for Bread of Life Food Pantry.

A total of 2,123 pounds of food arrived at the pantry, carried in by employees of the local ranger district.

"Thank you for thinking of us," Bread of Life Food Pantry Director Lynne Mills said. "Good job, team Feed the Hungry."