Country star and Dickson County resident Craig Morgan and his wife Karen joined local elected officials, 4-Hers and employees of UnitedHealthcare to hand out food to 150 families during a mobile food pantry stop at the Dickson Housing Authority Friday. UnitedHealthcare’s donation of $100,000 to Second Harvest Food Bank will help the organization distribute food through 400 partner agencies in 46 counties, such as the Dickson County Help Center and Tennessee Nutrition and Consumer Education Program of the UT Extension in Dickson County. Help center Executive Director Renee Boehm said Friday’s mobile food pantry distributed almost 15,000 pounds of food, cleaning supplies and personal health products to 150 families while deliveries were made to another 100 families who could not attend the event, helping more than 600 individual family members. Morgan and his wife Karen, state Rep. Mary Littleton, state Rep. David Shepard, county Mayor Bob Rial, local 4-Hers and UnitedHealthcare employees loaded grocery carts with donated items to be distributed at the housing authority Friday. UnitedHealthcare also has joined with Morgan in his fund-raising for Billy’s Place, a home for temporarily displaced children he plans to open in Dickson County. Morgan and the First Baptist Church FAITH Riders will hold a charity ride June 2 to raise funds for Billy’s Place. The ride begins with a lunch at noon in the First Baptist Church rear parking lot. Registration starts at 1 pm with the ride to begin at 1:30. Entry fee is $20 per motorcycle or car. For registration or more information, contact Gary Jenkins at 720-6253. Morgan also will host his annual trail ride and concert in August to benefit Billy’s Place.