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  • Thursday , Feb 1 , 2018

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Food Bank Reports Record Holiday Food Distribution

Volunteers at the Superstition Community Food Bank handed out 600 holiday meals during its special November/December holiday distribution days. (Back row, left to right) Buddy Inserra, Margaret DeFrancisco, Patricia Luff, Fred Gaudet, John and Marcy, (front row) Amy Combs, Diane McGrane, Linda Miller, Audrey Hopp, Gloria Berringer, Sharon Allison-Brown, Randy Berringer, Gale Pence, Nick Kuzmich

Supporters of the Superstition Community Food Bank (SCFB) delivered in a big way this holiday season, contributing more than $30,000 to fund meals for its clients. Executive Director Myra Garcia reports that November/December food drives enabled the food bank to provide 600 holiday meals and give out 22,000 lbs. of food. She expressed her gratitude to the community for being so responsive: "We are so grateful to our local businesses, residents, donors and sponsors, for helping us exceed our goals for ensuring families the opportunity to enjoy a nutritious holiday meal together. It was so heartwarming to see their joy and appreciation."

The SCFB distributes food to qualified clients between the hours of 2 and 4 pm, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. Effective January 3, 2022, the food bank will be closed all day on Wednesdays. For more information visit www.superstitionfoodbank.org.
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