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Food Drive this weekend to help at Thanksgiving

By Mayor Pamela Hoots

A new Blessing Box is located at the City Park on Fairgrounds Street, which is being handled by Stacia Hill and Amanda Graziano.

There will be a food drive this weekend to help with the needs of the community.

The drive will be specifically for food for Thanksgiving for people in our community.

The list of items that they will be collecting include:

Boxed stuffing mix, instant mashed potatoes, turkey gravy, candied yams, cranberry sauce, canned vegetables, cornbread mix, canned pumpkin.

The Blessing Box will be taking contributions including toys for children during Christmas, school items for back-to-school, winter clothing (jackets and coats), mittens, and more.

There will be boxes at the City Park for you to drop your items in this weekend. The box will be available on Sunday and Monday, November 1 and 2, 2020.

This story was posted on 2020-10-28 07:50:03
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Blessing Box new at City Park

2020-10-25 - Columbia, KY - Photo from Mayor Pam Hoots.
Amanda Graziano and Stacia Hill work to help folks in need with this Blessing Box placed at the City Park on Fairground Street. Anyone wishing to add to the box is free to do so, or they can drop off items at 614 Fairground Street.

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