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Agassiz firefighters collect more than 4,000 food items

The Agassiz Fire Department held their annual food drive Thursday night, sending trucks and fire firefighters around the community to gather donations. In total, 4,048 food items were collected, which were handed over Agassiz Harrison Community Services on Friday morning, along with $245 in cash.  - Jessica Peters/ Observer
The Agassiz Fire Department held their annual food drive Thursday night, sending trucks and fire firefighters around the community to gather donations. In total, 4,048 food items were collected, which were handed over Agassiz Harrison Community Services on Friday morning, along with $245 in cash.
— image credit: Jessica Peters/ Observer

The Agassiz Fire Department held their annual food drive Thursday night, sending trucks and fire firefighters around the community to gather donations.

In total, 4,048 food items were collected, which were handed over Agassiz Harrison Community Services on Friday morning, along with $245 in cash.

The total is nearly double the amount that was raised during last year's event.

 

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