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Commerce Bank launches Worcester County Food Bank drive

Worcester – Commerce Bank today announced that its 13 offices throughout Central Massachusetts are collecting donated food items for the Worcester County Food Bank, to help it feed hungry people living in 60 cities and towns in the region.

Non-perishable food items can be dropped off through Friday, Nov. 16, at the following Commerce Bank locations:

•???????????? Holden – 1057 Main Street

•???????????? Leominster – 565 Main Street

•???????????? Marlborough – 322 Maple Street

•???????????? Milford – 91 Main Street

•???????????? Shrewsbury – 226 Boston Turnpike

•???????????? Webster – 25 Worcester Road

•???????????? Westborough – 5 East Main Street

•???????????? West Boylston – 320 West Boylston Street

•???????????? Worcester – 386 Main Street, 11 Park Avenue, 560 Park Avenue, 993 Grafton Street and 451 Lincoln Street.

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