Cornish Chiropractic Donates to Kendall County Food Pantry
Cornish Chiropractic provided the following news release:
Cornish Chiropractic of Yorkville is pleased to announce a contribution to the Kendall County Food Pantry (KCFP).
Dr. Lea Cornish, the owner and practitioner of Cornish Chiropractic, presented the donation to Maria Spaeth, Director of the KCFP shortly before the Christmas Holiday. The funds, as well as other generous donations from others associated with Cornish Chiropractic, were part of a dedicated drive in 2011 for the KCFP.
“The Kendall County Food Pantry is playing an increasingly important role in this community in the current economic environment,” said Dr. Cornish of the KCFP. “Their hard work helps so many in the area and I encourage others to support them in any way possible.”
About the Kendall County Food Pantry
Kendall County Food Pantry is a not-for-profit organization established in 1987 in response to a growing need in Kendall County, IL. Including, but not limited to, the collection of donated funds for the acquisition of food, clothing, small household goods, personal products and necessities deemed necessary for personal use while an individual and/or family is in need. Learn About Project Brown Bag.
Visit www.kendallcountyfoodpantry.org to learn more.
About Cornish Chiropractic
Cornish Chiropractic is a family-oriented, privately-owned practice dedicated to promotion of health to people of all ages. Dr. Lea Cornish, with over eighteen years of experience, is one of the few Doctors of Chiropractic to achieve Diplomate Status in pediatrics and care of expectant mothers as well is one of the very few practitioners in the area certified in the Webster Technique from International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (I.C.P.A.).