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November 3, 2013

Food pantry’s shelves are empty

Senior Center says it is in need of donations for the elderly clients it serves

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“I think there are several organizations going through a drought like we are,” Webb said. “We try and work together with those places, such as Center of Hope or Neighbors to Neighbors in Springtown. There are things we have in excess that we can’t get rid of quick enough and that have expiration dates, such as eggs. We share with them and they share with us.”

For anyone interested in donating, items may be dropped off at the Senior Center, 1225 Holland Lake Road, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Contact the center at 817-596-4640 for more ways to get involved.

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