Food2Kids starts another year

HERALD photo/Amber Mansfield Shown above are local volunteers who gave their time to fill up brown paper bags full of food for the Food2Kids program on Monday, Sept. 10 at the old Lakeview High School.HERALD photo/Amber Mansfield Shown above are local volunteers who gave their time to fill up brown paper bags full of food for the Food2Kids program on Monday, Sept. 10 at the old Lakeview High School.HERALD photo/Amber Mansfield Shown above are local volunteers who gave their time to fill up brown paper bags full of food for the Food2Kids program on Monday, Sept. 10 at the old Lakeview High School.HERALD photo/Amber Mansfield Shown above are local volunteers who gave their time to fill up brown paper bags full of food for the Food2Kids program on Monday, Sept. 10 at the old Lakeview High School.
By: 
Amber Mansfield
Staff Writer

Thanks to Food2Kids and the good local people of the community, children of Big Spring can go home knowing that despite whatever hardships they face at home when there not at school, they will have food for their little bellies during the weekend. Food2Kids and local volunteers filled up brown paper bags full of food for the Food2Kids program on Monday, Sept. 10 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the old Lakeview High School, located at 1107 NW Seventh St.

For the full story on Food2Kids and how you can be a volunteer, please see Tuesday's edition of the Herald.

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