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Food closet receives hearty response from community

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On Thursday, Feb. 26, the Auburn Journal featured the Auburn Interfaith Food Closet and how it is helping those in our community who need food. It was a great article and it included a list of food items needed as well as paper grocery bags and empty egg cartons. There was an immediate outpouring of love from the community. On Friday, Feb. 27, there were more bags of groceries coming into the Food Closet than going out of it! People came by to bring their paper grocery bags and egg cartons, too! On Monday, many more people came and shared not only food but donated dollars for us to buy food! How great it is to live in a community that really cares about its neighbors. When some are experiencing hardships, there are always others willing to help. We greatly appreciate your helping us meet their needs. For more information about the Food Closet, visit www.auburnfood closet.com. Sandy Bassett president, Auburn Interfaith Food Closet Auburn