LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Local leaders hosted a pop-up food pantry today to help Las Vegas area residents.
They gave families 40-pound boxes of food.
County Commissioner William McCurdy was joined by Commissioner Tick Segerblom and Las Vegas City Councilwoman Olivia Diaz.
They partnered with the Culinary Academy of Las Vegas.
The event took place at Monaco Middle School.
Thank you to my team, @OliviaDiazLV, @tsegerblom and everyone who helped @CulinaryLV deliver 2K meals today at the pop-up food pantry in East LV. RT and get the word out, the next pop-up pantry will be at Rancho High this Tues. starting at 8AM. pic.twitter.com/68J0R2pfkq— William McCurdy II (@WillMcCurdyII) February 14, 2021