The Clay County Emergency Food Pantry recently reported its records report for 2010.
The records indicated the pantry had 3,089 households, including 639 persons 60-older, a total of 5,733 adults 60-under, and 3,115 children.
To provide the 27,845 bags of food distributed, the community came together to give the pantry food, clothing and household items.
The pantry wanted to remind the public, however, that it cannot distribute food items that are outdated.
It also recently conducted its annual Christmas dinner at the Peniel United Methodist Church. Donated gifts from Lynn's Pharmacy, Pizza Hut, Papa Johns, Sugar N Spice, Sunrise Restaurant, Harmony Diner, Long John Silvers, Subway, Brazil Grill, Kroger, Walmart, Brazilian Lanes and Fun Time Scuba were distributed to volunteers.