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Hartselle Enquirer

Lions collecting can food

 

Randy Garrison

Hartselle Enquirer

 

Hartselle Lions Club will be working to help area folks have a merrier Christmas this year. During the Hartselle Christmas Parade, Lions members are asking the folks who will be attending the parade to bring along a can food donation. Lion’s members will have donation bins along the parade route, as well as at the Hartselle Intermediate School where the parade lines up.

With so many food pantries running low on food items and more folks seeming to need food donations this time of year, the club felt this would be a good time to help out those who might be in need. Also, this is a way and time to share goodwill to others and experience the true meaning of Christmas by sharing and helping those who might not be as fortunate.

Those wishing to donate canned food items should look for the blue bins along the parade route from the Intermediate School, down Railroad St. and onto Main St.

The donated items will be shared among local food pantries, including Hartselle First Methodist, The Caring Place and The Carpenter’s Cabinet food pantry.

The Hartselle Christmas Parade will be held Thur., Dec. 10, beginning at 7 p.m. and follow the traditional parade route.

Please help the Lions Club “Can” hunger this year in our community.

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