Food Bank drive collects over 1,500 lb. of groceries

Editor, The Times:

The Clearwater and District Food Bank’s 10th annual mid-season food drive was a big success.

We would like to thank those who gave generously resulting in over 1,500 lb. of grocery items for the food bank. We would also like to thank those who volunteered their time and effort in distributing and collecting the donation bags.

Their contributions are invaluable This will assist us in providing for the needy in our community.

For those who were unable to donate during the drive but would like to contribute, there is a donation box at the Buy-Low store and a drop box at the Farmers Market each Saturday.

In addition, donations can be made directly to the Food Bank on Thursdays from 9 a.m. until noon.

Again, a big thank-you to the citizens of Clearwater and district for your continued support.

Clearwater and District Food Bank

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