Photos: The pantry’s Porsche party

More than 30 members of the First Settlers Region and Shenandoah Region chapters of the Porsche Club of America, in the area for a spring charity auction at Graves Mountain Lodge and other events last weekend, dropped by the Rappahannock Food Pantry Saturday (April 27) to deliver the food that each member had collected to donate to the pantry, as the group does on all of its seasonal outings. (In 2012, the group was responsible for donating nearly $27,000 and 4,200 pounds of food to organizations around Virginia.) Scouts from Washington’s Boy Scout Troop 36 came out to help unload the donations (including Bryce Jones, shown here in mid-delivery) and admire a pretty cool collection of wheels; Pantry manager Mimi Forbes handled parking in the pantrys filled-to-the-edges driveway off Mount Salem Avenue in Washington, and everyone posed for group shot.

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Chris Green (formerly Chris Doxzen) is an an executive recruiter by profession who enjoys exploring and writing about all things Rappahannock. Friends and neighbors with potential stories for her Sperryville column should email her at chrisdoxzen@gmail.com.