Stamp Out Food Drive a ‘success’ for local pantries
PRINCETON – This past Saturday, people all over the nation took part in the 21st annual Letter Carrier Stamp Out Hunger Food drive.
Citizens were asked out leave non-perishable food items in their mailbox. As their letter carriers delivered the mail, they collected the food items, which in turn went to local food pantries everywhere.
Princeton food drive coordinator Scott Maschek said the Stamp Out Food Drive was important to take part in, because donations help the pantries boost their shelves in time for the summer months.
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