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Shelby County Outreach Center Seeks Donations


The year has started out with a big increase in Shelby County food needs, almost doubling from last January.
The Shelby County Outreach Center has provided 247 food boxes in January. This is up from 132 food boxes during January of 2016 according to Sherry Harding. In order to keep up with the demand the Outreach Center is going to need assistance.
Harding has announced the SC Outreach Center will begin in February accepting donations of "a food of the month" to help replenish supplies through out the year. The public is invited to donate peanut butter during February. Your donations can be dropped off at the Shelby County Outreach Center on Shelbyville Street, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily. The outreach center always welcomes donations of dry beans, rice, can vegetables as well as monetary donations.
The SCOC can always use volunteers if you would like to donate your time.

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