It was another successful night for the Mauston Community Sharing Food Pantry on Monday evening. As the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train rolled into town, it was a record turnout as the pantry took in 1,092 pounds of food and an estimated 2,000 people attending. Pantry Director Kathy Green said they received almost $2700 in donations, the most they received in a single evening. Then the Canadian Pacific Railroad gave a check of $4,500 for the food pantry. In addition, the First Weber Foundation offered to match donations up to $3,500, doubling the donations. Green said they are short of matching that full $3,500 from the First Weber Foundation, but only by $800. She said people still have a chance to make a donation, they just need to get a check to the pantry by Friday and those funds will be matched. For more information, contact Green at 847-5454.