Food Drive

A big thankyou goes to all who contributed to the club’s annual food drive by bringing a non-perishable food item to the meeting. The Food Bank weighed our food donation and it came to exactly 100 pounds. “A great job done.” We will be collecting “CAN” donations for the food bank again this year as this is the time to give back to the community. And if you forget, no worries. Cash works well and allows the food bank to top up the items that they are most short of

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