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Letter to the editor: Thank you from Northborough Food Pantry

To the editor:

The Northborough Food Pantry would like to thank the Bishop's Storehouse and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints for their contribution of $1000.00 in food.? The Bishop's Storehouse provides food to the needy and to other local non-profit organizations, based on recommendations from the Bishop and members of the congregation. We sincerely thank Sara MacLean, Roland Blake and all the volunteers at the Bishop's Storehouse for their assistance and generosity.

Food donations are accepted year-round and may be left at the Food Pantry located on the bottom floor of the Northborough Town Hall.? Monetary donations may be mailed to the attention of the Northborough Food Pantry at 63 Main Street in Northborough. More information about the Northborough Food Pantry can be located at www.nfpantry.org.

The Northborough Food Pantry is staffed and run solely by volunteers allowing 100% of all donations to be used to purchase food and related items for the pantry.

Gratefully,

Northborough Food Pantry Board Members

Terry Crean

Margie Femia

Sarah Rothery

Ann Taggart

Short URL: http://www.communityadvocate.com/?p=33840

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