North Greenville Food Crisis Ministry names new director

GREENVILLE, S.C. — North Greenville Food Crisis Ministry has named Linda Tresca Hollis as the agency's new director, it was announced on Monday.

Hollis, a graduate of Furman and Brevard colleges, has a background in business, sales and volunteering. A member of Travelers Rest United Methodist Church, she is a longtime resident of northern Greenville County.

Hollis replaces Suzanne Kolb, who passed away earlier this year.

North Greenville Crisis Ministry services northern Greenville County with food donations, clothing, and crisis funds for families and individuals who need crisis assistance.

To learn more about the Ministry, visit their website here.

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