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Twin Cities and IFM Holding Drive Thru Food Drive

Everyone is changing the way they are doing thinsgs during the coronavirus pandemic, and that even includes food drives. Twin Cities Church is holding one this weekend asking for non-perisable food items such as ramen noodles, tuna, canned fruit and vegetables, and other goods. Twin Cities Pastor John Fairchild says they’ve come up with a way for people to donate social-distancing style…

Listen to John Fairchild

The food will be donated to Interfaith Food Ministry, where Development Director Naomi Cabral says these items are so popular that food banks are losing their purchasing power…

Listen to Naomi Cabral

Monetary donations will also be accepted. The drive is Friday and Saturday from 8:30am to 10:30am at Twin Cities Church, located at 11726 Rough and Ready Highway.


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