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Utahns asked to help neighbors this weekend

Utahns asked to help neighbors this weekend



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SALT LAKE CITY -- The Utah Food Bank launched a massive food drive Friday aimed at helping your neighbor.

At a news conference in Salt Lake, speakers talked about how great the need is this year. One volunteer said things have become so bad, some people who donated a year ago are standing in the food line this year.

That's why Gov. Gary Herbert designated Saturday, Dec 5, as "Help Your Neighbor Day."

All people who are able are asked to donate a sack of canned food at any Smith's Food store or directly to the Utah Food Bank everybody in Utah will be able to have something to eat.

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