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FOOD BANK BREAKS RECORD: 43 families served

July 9, 2014

SOUTH WHITLEY — Helping combat hunger in South Whitley is a passion for Tonya Warner, director of the South Whitley Emergency Food Bank. Warner was present at the South Whitley Town Council meeting for two reasons — one, to update the council on the food bank’s services and two, to address a parking issue.

“This past month was a record month for us,” said Warner. “We served 43 families. That breaks down to about 147 people.”

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