During Holiday season, food pantry adds books and toys to inventory


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Low-income families have limited funds for Christmas

It's a well-publicized problem: Many poor children are doing well to have a good meal on Christmas, not to mention presents under the tree.

Solution: Food bank collects toys to give to children in need

People who stopped by the Lewisburg food pantry's biweekly food distribution received a special Christmas treat. In addition to their normal bags of food, people got extra food for the holidays, toys, and books for their children.

After people got their food, they were able to go Christmas shopping for their children. They could pick two toys and one book.

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Category: Hunger


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