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Elaine A. Harris

Chairperson

United Food Operation Inc

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United Food Operation Inc

108 Holly Street

Nitro, West Virginia,25143

United States

Company Description

United Food Operation is an all-volunteer group that operates as a 501c(3) charitable organization. No salaries are paid and the group runs with donated labor and equipment out of donated warehouse space at the Institute Industrial Park. Dow Chemical Company m...more

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Background Information

Employment History

International Representative for the Communication Workers of America

Affiliated Construction Trades


Vice-Chairperson

Women's Commission for Refugee Women and Children


Affiliations

Communications Workers of America

Executive Board Member


U. F. O.

Board Member


AFL-CIO

International Representative


Unity

Board Member


WVU Institute for Labor Studies

Member


United Mine Workers of America

Important Member


PEIA

Board Member


Kanawha County Democratic

Chairwoman of the Executive Committee


State AG

CWA Representative


Public Employees Insurance Agency

Board Member


West Virginia State Democratic Party

Executive Committee Member


CWA Local 1023

Representative


Web References(194 Total References)


United Food Operation, Inc. | 35 years of food distributions in Kanawha and Putnam counties of West Virginia

unitedfoodoperation.org [cached]

"Take a look at all this donated food," says Elaine Harris, UFO's chairperson.
"It's a wonderful thing." Postal Service retiree Mack Harris, past president of NALC Local 531. receives a big thank you from United Food Operation Chairperson Elaine Harris for his work on the 2017 Stamp Out Hunger food drive. UFO chairperson Elaine Harris lauded the efforts of the CWA members. "It made a huge difference.," Harris said. The 2017 United Food Operation (UFO) food distribution program will kickoff on Friday, January 13 at 11:00 A.M. and run through April 1, announced Elaine Harris, chairperson of the group. "I am asking everyone to come to the United Food Operation warehouse for the kickoff program on Jan. 13 at 11:00 A.M. and bring monetary and food contributions," said Harris. UFO Chairperson Elaine Harris accepts a donation from ICL Group, ( formerly known as Clearon) represented by John Kadlec, Director of Operations, South Charleston plant. UFO Chairperson Elaine Harris expressed the groups gratitude to Dow Chemical and Bayer CropScience for their generous donations, which led to UFO basically being given the newly renovated building through a very favorable lease. Surveying the completely remodeled facility, Harris remembered times in years gone by when UFO had to work out of less than optimum space. "This is a wonderful space-UFO hasn't always had it so good," she said, recalling years when they had to move pallets of food around because of leaks in the roof and other times having to work out of basically unheated space in the middle of the winter. Connie Stewart, center, and Cliff Means present a check for $20,000 dollars from Bayer CropScience to support United Food Operation programs. Receiving the check is UFO Chairperson Elaine Harris. Receiving the check is UFO Chairperson Elaine Harris.


food charity | United Food Operation, Inc.

unitedfoodoperation.org [cached]

The 2017 United Food Operation (UFO) food distribution program will kickoff on Friday, January 13 at 11:00 A.M. and run through April 1, announced Elaine Harris, chairperson of the group.
"I am asking everyone to come to the United Food Operation warehouse for the kickoff program on Jan. 13 at 11:00 A.M. and bring monetary and food contributions," said Harris. UFO Chairperson Elaine Harris accepts a donation from ICL Group, ( formerly known as Clearon) represented by John Kadlec, Director of Operations, South Charleston plant. UFO Chairperson Elaine Harris expressed the groups gratitude to Dow Chemical and Bayer CropScience for their generous donations, which led to UFO basically being given the newly renovated building through a very favorable lease. Surveying the completely remodeled facility, Harris remembered times in years gone by when UFO had to work out of less than optimum space. "This is a wonderful space-UFO hasn't always had it so good," she said, recalling years when they had to move pallets of food around because of leaks in the roof and other times having to work out of basically unheated space in the middle of the winter. Connie Stewart, center, and Cliff Means present a check for $20,000 dollars from Bayer CropScience to support United Food Operation programs. Receiving the check is UFO Chairperson Elaine Harris. Receiving the check is UFO Chairperson Elaine Harris. Left to right are Joe Davenport, a contract employee at Dow and UFO board member; Altman; and UFO Chairperson Elaine Harris. Dunbar Mayor Terry Greenlee (center) expresses his support for the work of United Food Operation to UFO's Elaine Harris. The contributions of Frontier Communications are recognized by UFO . At left is Cheryl Black of Frontier's West Virginia operations with Elaine Harris. Harris announced that the 2016 food drive was dedicated to Noble Pickens of Dunbar. "I want to thank everyone for their work this winter," said Elaine Harris, UFO chairwoman. "I am constantly encouraged by all the people who contribute their time and money to our effort." UFOMar15-09 Among this year's contributions, Harris mentioned the work of the Communications Workers of America and Frontier Communications Corp., who really came through with big time support that helped the campaign end on a very positive note. For information call Elaine Harris at (304) 342-2023. UFO Chairwoman Elaine Harris announced the start of the group's winter food drive at the kickoff event. Pictured are, from left, Cliff Means, UFO Vice Chairman and Bayer CropScience employee; UFO's Elaine Harris; and Connie Stewart, QSHE Manager, Bayer CropScience, Institute plant. Elaine Harris accepts a generous donation from ICL Group, (formerly known as Clearon) represented by John Kadlec, Director of Operations, South Charleston plant. Pictured from left to right are Jim O'Connor, plant manager, Dupont Belle Works; Pam Valentine, UFO volunteer and DuPont retiree; and UFO's Elaine Harris. Also pictured are UFO's Joseph Davenport and Elaine Harris. Elaine Harris emphasized that more support is needed this season in order for the group to meets its goals. Business or individuals wishing to help can contact Harris at 304-342-2023.


food pantry | United Food Operation, Inc.

unitedfoodoperation.org [cached]

The 2017 United Food Operation (UFO) food distribution program will kickoff on Friday, January 13 at 11:00 A.M. and run through April 1, announced Elaine Harris, chairperson of the group.
"I am asking everyone to come to the United Food Operation warehouse for the kickoff program on Jan. 13 at 11:00 A.M. and bring monetary and food contributions," said Harris. UFO Chairperson Elaine Harris accepts a donation from ICL Group, ( formerly known as Clearon) represented by John Kadlec, Director of Operations, South Charleston plant. UFO Chairperson Elaine Harris expressed the groups gratitude to Dow Chemical and Bayer CropScience for their generous donations, which led to UFO basically being given the newly renovated building through a very favorable lease. Surveying the completely remodeled facility, Harris remembered times in years gone by when UFO had to work out of less than optimum space. "This is a wonderful space-UFO hasn't always had it so good," she said, recalling years when they had to move pallets of food around because of leaks in the roof and other times having to work out of basically unheated space in the middle of the winter. Connie Stewart, center, and Cliff Means present a check for $20,000 dollars from Bayer CropScience to support United Food Operation programs. Receiving the check is UFO Chairperson Elaine Harris. Receiving the check is UFO Chairperson Elaine Harris. Left to right are Joe Davenport, a contract employee at Dow and UFO board member; Altman; and UFO Chairperson Elaine Harris. Dunbar Mayor Terry Greenlee (center) expresses his support for the work of United Food Operation to UFO's Elaine Harris. The contributions of Frontier Communications are recognized by UFO . At left is Cheryl Black of Frontier's West Virginia operations with Elaine Harris. Harris announced that the 2016 food drive was dedicated to Noble Pickens of Dunbar. "I want to thank everyone for their work this winter," said Elaine Harris, UFO chairwoman. "I am constantly encouraged by all the people who contribute their time and money to our effort." UFOMar15-09 Among this year's contributions, Harris mentioned the work of the Communications Workers of America and Frontier Communications Corp., who really came through with big time support that helped the campaign end on a very positive note. For information call Elaine Harris at (304) 342-2023. UFO Chairwoman Elaine Harris announced the start of the group's winter food drive at the kickoff event. Pictured are, from left, Cliff Means, UFO Vice Chairman and Bayer CropScience employee; UFO's Elaine Harris; and Connie Stewart, QSHE Manager, Bayer CropScience, Institute plant. Elaine Harris accepts a generous donation from ICL Group, (formerly known as Clearon) represented by John Kadlec, Director of Operations, South Charleston plant. Pictured from left to right are Jim O'Connor, plant manager, Dupont Belle Works; Pam Valentine, UFO volunteer and DuPont retiree; and UFO's Elaine Harris. Also pictured are UFO's Joseph Davenport and Elaine Harris. Elaine Harris emphasized that more support is needed this season in order for the group to meets its goals. Business or individuals wishing to help can contact Harris at 304-342-2023. United Food Operation Chairperson Elaine Harris leads the discussion, as program volunteers and pantry representatives brain storm on enhancing the 2015 winter food distribution program. " data-medium-file="http://unitedfoodoperation.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/UFO11-14-2-300x177.jpg" data-large-file="http://unitedfoodoperation.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/UFO11-14-2-1024x604.jpg" class="size-full wp-image-678" src="http://unitedfoodoperation.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/UFO11-14-2-e1415917581572.jpg" alt="UFO meeting 11-12-14" width="880" height="520"> United Food Operation Chairperson Elaine Harris leads the discussion, as program volunteers and community food pantry representatives brainstorm on enhancing the 2015 winter food distribution program. Many ideas were contributed as United Food Operation, Inc. (UFO) held its organization meeting for the 2015 winter food distribution season. With the treasurer's report showing the group will begin the 2015 program season with about $8,000 less than last year, much of the discussion centered on fundraising. "We understand money is tight, but still there are those who need our help," said Elaine Harris, UFO chairperson as she expressed the group's commitment to find more resources. "We really appreciate Bayer's providing us warehouse distribution space for the upcoming year," Harris said. "They have been so generous through the years.


2013 food distribution begins | United Food Operation, Inc.

unitedfoodoperation.org [cached]

Pictured at the announcement, from left to right, are Drema Ward, of Five Loaves/Two Fish food pantry, Nitro; John Roberts, of Mountain Mission, Charleston; Elaine Harris, UFO chairperson.
"This year's food distribution program is dedicated to the hard work of 13 local food pantries partnered with UFO," said UFO Chairperson Elaine Harris. "Food pantries are the front line in fighting hunger in our communities, and that's why UFO is dedicated to helping stock food pantries so they can continue to fight hunger in our region," said Harris. Harris said additional public support is needed this winter if the pantries are to be able to meet the need. People can volunteer their time or make a donation of food or funds to UFO or to a local food pantry. "Increasing the number of workplaces participating in collections of money and food could really help our 13 local food pantries this winter," said Harris.


2014 Letter Carriers Food Drive | United Food Operation, Inc.

unitedfoodoperation.org [cached]

UFO Chairperson Elaine Harris said the program is in need of volunteers that day.


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