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With demand increasing, FoodShare needs you

Local pantry holding 33rd Radiothon April 5

Back in 2008, before FoodShare started getting hit by cost hikes and greatly increased need, the pantry was able to maintain a surplus of supplies. But now the full shelves seen here tend to exist only right after a delivery. (click for larger version)
March 20, 2012
SOUTHBRIDGE — When people cannot afford food, the economy is in pretty tough shape.

That's why the FoodShare pantry and other local food groups exist. But it also means such groups need community support more than ever.

On April 5, FoodShare is seeking such support through its 33rd annual Radiothon, when pantry staff, community leaders and others take over the airwaves of WESO-AM 970 — and, this year, community cable Channel 13 — to talk about the economy, food and related issues all day.

For more on this story, please see tomorrow's Southbridge Evening News.

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