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BabyMobile makes way to Ardmore for families in need

The Infant Crisis Services wheeled out its BabyMobile, a traveling formula, food and diaper pantry to Carter County families in need.
The Infant Crisis Services wheeled out its BabyMobile, a traveling formula, food and diaper pantry to Carter County families in need.(KXII)
Published: Jul. 14, 2020 at 6:30 PM CDT
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ARDMORE, Okla. (KXII) - The BabyMobile, a traveling formula, food and diaper pantry made its way to Ardmore to help Carter County Families in need.

The Infant Crisis Services out of Oklahoma City makes stops in Ardmore every three months, and its goal is to make sure no baby goes hungry.

Tuesday, Manager Nicole Sukenis said her team stopped at the Church of Christ in Ardmore and said she expects to help around 150 families.

Sukenis said this year was utilized as a drive-through to social distance. She said families pulled up, request and then picked up the needed supplies.

“I know that every mother is just doing the best that they can, and sometimes, especially right now you might need a little bit of help and that’s why we’re here,” said Sukenis.

Sukenis said The BabyMobile will be back in Ardmore in November.

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