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Food banks are important

April 25, 2013

To the editor: As director of the largest Webster County food pantry the Lord’s Cupboard, I would like to share with you the impact the Emergency Food Program legislation will have on our community......

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May-06-13 1:53 PM

What ever happened to monthly commodities by the government? At one time my family of 6 qualified for their program. They had the BEST cheese ever made, not to mention their canned meat, cornmeal, butter, peanut butter and much more. I thought that was a good program. I don't know what sorts of food a person can get from a food bank. These drives the Post Office do, where does that food go? Fort Bingo use to have a yearly thing where you get discount on bingo cards for bringing canned goods. Where did that food go? Guess I wasn't paying much attention, but I always donated.

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May-06-13 11:09 AM

The Lords Cupboard serves a huge need in our community. Thank you Suzanne for going to bat for those who need help the most. You do a great job and are passionate about helping others. Thank you for all you do!!

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Apr-26-13 5:22 PM

Yes hbockoven many of the churches do donate to the Lord's cupboard.

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Apr-25-13 9:17 AM

Suzanne is one of the most amazing women that I know!! Thank you for all that you do for our community Suzanne!! I know you do WAY more than your "job" calls for in this community and we are all lucky to count ourselves amongst you!!!

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