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Stamp Out Hunger drive seeks volunteers

The Columbian
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Clark County – The upcoming Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive happening May 12 is short on volunteers to help letter carriers collect food. Most post offices in Clark County are participating in the food drive, which benefits the Clark County Food Bank and its partners.

On the morning of May 12, volunteers and letter carriers will collect bags of nonperishable food donations that people left by their mailboxes. Last year, 125,535 pounds of food was collected through Stamp Out Hunger, a drive that happens nationwide.

Those interested in volunteering locally can contact Don Young at 360-904-6972 or postal44@comcast.net with “food drive” in the email’s subject line.

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