The East Texas Oil Museum at Kilgore College will host “Thankful Tuesday” on Oct. 29, offering half-price admission with a donation to the KC Student Food Pantry.

“We’re not usually open on Tuesdays, but we thought this would be a great opportunity for visitors to view the museum at a reduced cost, while helping supply our college’s food pantry,” said Olivia Moore, ETOM Director.

The ETOM is located at 1301 S. Henderson Blvd. (corner of Hwy. 259 and Ross Ave.) in Kilgore.

The museum is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesdays through Saturdays, and is closed on Sundays, Mondays and Tuesdays.

For more information, contact Olivia Moore at 903-983-8295 or email omoore@kilgore.edu.

The KC Student Food Pantry, located on both the Kilgore campus and Longview campus, is designed to meet the immediate food needs of KC students by providing a variety of non-perishable food items and necessities to students and their families at no cost.

Items needed for the KC Student Food Pantry:

·         Eight-pack of Pop Tarts

·         Canned fruit or fruit cups

·         Breakfast bars

·         Cereal (regular boxes or mini boxes)

·         Instant Oatmeal

·         Snack crackers

·         Tuna

·         Macaroni cups

·         Macaroni and cheese (boxed)

·         Chunky soups

·         Chili

·         Canned tomatoes

·         Spaghetti

·         Rice sides

·         Pasta sides

·         Ravioli

·         Tomato soup

·         Chicken noodle soup

·         Rice Krispie treats

·         Gummy fruit snacks

·         Chips (small bags)

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