The Worthington community is generous, caring and supportive. What a wonderful outpouring of food and money for the new Worthington Food Pantry and Resource Center from individuals, families, organizations, faith communities and neighborhoods.

The Worthington community is generous, caring and supportive. What a wonderful outpouring of food and money for the new Worthington Food Pantry and Resource Center from individuals, families, organizations, faith communities and neighborhoods.

Thank you all so very much. We serve more clients every month. We are available when other local pantries are not open (Wednesdays 5-7 p.m. and Saturdays (1-3 p.m.) and serve those in the Worthington School zip codes. We do need a larger facility so we can serve the increasing number of clients and all the willing volunteers; youth and adults.

As we purchase in bulk, we will unload and repack food, collaborate with you on food drives and continue to welcome and serve those in need. Since we opened on July 8, (four hours/week) we have served 90 families, a total of 307 individuals.

High Road Gallery celebrates the opening of the fabulous addition to the cultural life of our vibrant city of Worthington with the Peggy R. McConnell Arts Center.

We look forward to forums, theater, lectures in the performance center, classes of all kinds in the state-of-the-art classrooms, gatherings in the reception hall and a program that extends to all ages. Everyone will find a use for this venue.

Check out the Web site and volunteer to teach, docent, greet and be a part of the dawning new age in Worthington arts.

High Road will continue its mission of displaying the visual arts and crafts of Ohio artists with new groups every month. The MAC and High Road will work in tandem to bring the arts to your front door. Join us.