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Students' food drive goes well for Salvation Army

January 9, 2014

The results of the annual canned food drive conducted by area public schools was a welcome sight to local Salvation Army officials and it is helping to replenish the pantry shelves after a successful Christmas season.
'We had a really successful can drive this year with all of the schools that participated,” said Salvation Army Lt. Jeremiah Romack.

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