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Community food drive benefits Chef’s Food Pantry

Posted March 04, 2014, at 9:27 a.m.
Holden police Sgt. Chris Greeley, (from left), Deputy Town Clerk Wanda Libbey, Chef's volunteer Bonnie Clark, and Holden fire department Lt. Chris Beaumont display some of the food that came in during the community food drive.
Holden police Sgt. Chris Greeley, (from left), Deputy Town Clerk Wanda Libbey, Chef's volunteer Bonnie Clark, and Holden fire department Lt. Chris Beaumont display some of the food that came in during the community food drive.

HOLDEN, Maine — The Town of Holden recently held it’s first ‘community food drive,’ which involved folks in town and Holden businesses, in addition to Holden employees and Departments, donating food for the Chef’s food pantry, here in Holden. Police Sgt. Chris Greeley reported that Chef’s volunteer Bonnie Clark told him the unexpected donation of food was “badly needed.

 

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