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Utah Food Bank Asks for More Donations

Utah Food Bank Asks for More Donations

Posted - Nov. 27, 2004 at 6:07 p.m.



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Kimberly Houk reporting The Utah Food Bank doesn't want you to forget about them now that Thanksgiving is over. The entire holiday season calls for lots and lots of canned goods.

There is some good news though. Thanks to the generousity of the community, the Food Bank was able to collect 14-thousand turkeys to give to people for Thanksgiving.

But they are running desperately low on canned goods. Watch for a plastic bag in your newspaper on December 10th -- that's a way you can help donate canned goods to the food bank.

They could also use 4-thousand more turkeys.

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