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Free food available to those in need

Feather Publishing
7/11/2013
 

  The North State Food Bank and Quincy Community Assistance Network have scheduled a Tailgate Food Giveaway for Friday, July 12, 9 a.m. – noon at St. John’s Catholic Church at 176 Lawrence St. in Quincy.

  The program is open to any low-income Plumas County resident in need of food. Food will be distributed while supplies last. No guarantee is made of adequate supply.

  The service is made possible by Quincy CAN, St. John’s Catholic Church, California Emergency Foodlink of Sacramento and Community Action Agency of Butte County Inc. through its North State Food Bank.

  Representatives will be available to assist the public. Information about other Community Action Agency programs will be available as well.

  For more information, contact Adam Kingsley at 712-2600 or Kitty Gay at 283-2041.

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