Second Harvest is seeking volunteers for its upcoming “What’s For Lunch” Food Drive.
The drive will be held Friday, July 17, at local Yoke’s stores.
Volunteers are needed for morning and afternoon shifts to hand out fliers, collect food and fund donations, and load donated bags onto trucks, according to an announcement. Kids are welcome to participate. There are only a few volunteer slots left.
View available volunteer shifts and to register online.
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