Pictured, from left: Pam Huddleston and Beth Stephens, UCHRA Overton County employees; Liz Hammond, Mountain Barn Builders; and Sandra Carter, UCHRA Overton County Coordinator.

The Upper Cumberland Human Resource Agency has a new tool available to help members of the Overton County community. The office recently unveiled the new LIL Pantry food box, fully stocked with a variety of items that are free for those in need. The box was built and donated by Mountain Barn Builders of Clarkrange, TN and was installed by UCHRA staff.

Donations can be brought to the Overton County UCHRA office located at 106 W. Henson St. in Livingston. The LIL Pantry is open and available for anyone in need – take what you need or leave what you can.

Overton County residents are welcome to donate items for the pantry. Needed items include personal hygiene items as well as household and food donations. Any business or community organizations interested in sponsoring the box for one month are asked to call (931) 823-7323.

This project has involved many staff members (with a special shout-out to Jeff Moles and Susan Walsh for all their hard work) in coordination with the Overton County community and Mountain Barn Builders – thank you to everyone who has helped make this project possible!