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Baby food drive collects 1,005 pounds for Clark County Food Bank

The Columbian
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Cascade Park Kiwanis members were joined by Key Clubs from Camas, HeLa, Mountain View and Union high schools in hosting the club's Baby Food Drive benefitting the Clark County Food Bank.
Cascade Park Kiwanis members were joined by Key Clubs from Camas, HeLa, Mountain View and Union high schools in hosting the club's Baby Food Drive benefitting the Clark County Food Bank. Photo Gallery

CASCADE PARK — Cascade Park Kiwanis members joined with their sponsored Key Clubs from Camas, HeLa, Mountain View and Union high schools in a Baby Food Drive that gathered a record 1,005 pounds of food for the Clark County Food Bank. The Kiwanis one-day project involved inviting shoppers to donate items, and students used monetary donations to shop for additional food. Kiwanis Club of Cascade Park has conducted this event twice a year for more than 15 years, but had been unable to gather food since October 2019 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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