The Goshen School District's Youth Ending Hunger Club maintains a pantry at the Goshen Intermediate School. The club was busy all summer planning for the fall. Their motto is "Ending Hunger One Person at a Time." Established in 2001, the club serves nearly 80 families during major holidays and individual disasters. The plan for this fall is to showcase the perfect backpack for a Goshen student. The Goshen schools' food pantry operates 12 months a year, and the club collects food all year long, inviting the community to drop off non-perishable food at GIS. They also accept toiletries, small appliances, school supplies, presents and books. The on-going lessons included in the hunger club's monthly meetings include movies such as those provided by UNCIF and CROP, hunger exercises, and an understanding of substance wages. Anyone may mail a donation to the Youth Ending Hunger Club at Goshen Intermediate School District, 13 McNalley Street, Goshen, NY 10924. You may also reach Sarah Scoville, the teacher advisor, at (By Frances Ruth Harris)