Monday, March 04, 2013

Local Food Bank Needs Help
The second harvest food bank says they saw the greatest recorded need in the area from those visiting the food bank in the month of January. When the increase in those in need happens the supply of food dwindles down and needs to be restocked. If you canít purchase the food but would like to help in other ways, director Rhonda Chaffin says that any donation earmarked for food has 100% of that donation used for food purchase, and volunteers are always needed.

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