Settle’s Cars & Trucks sponsored a community fish fry in Flint Hill earlier this month to raise funds to support the building of a new food pantry. The menu included catfish, shrimp, fries and hand dipped ice cream. 


The event was a rousing success, and the Rappahannock community came out in full force — and raised $4,215 toward building the new pantry. This is one more example of commitment to the “One Rappahannock” campaign to make a new food pantry a reality, according to pantry fundraising co-chairman John Fox Sullivan and John Anderson and president Noel Laing.

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