Cram the Cruiser stocks shelves at Kingston food bank

Annapolis Valley Register - - NEWS - KINGSTON

Folks at the Up­per Room Food Bank have a cou­ple more rea­sons to thank­ful th­ese days.

A Cram the Cruiser food drive hosted by Kings Dis­trict RCMP and the Kings County Se­nior Safety Pro­gram at the Su­per­store in Kingston Oct. 5 brought in $400 in cash do­na­tions and more than 2,000 pounds of food.

It was the fourth an­nual Cram the Cruiser event ben­e­fit­ting Up­per Room Food Bank.

“We would like to say a spe­cial thank you to the com­mu­nity for all of their sup­port year af­ter year,” said Const. Kelli Gaudet of Kings Dis­trict RCMP.

“Each and ev­ery day we see peo­ple in our com­mu­ni­ties who are in need,” wrote Gaudet in a re­lease pro­mot­ing the event.

“In order to help th­ese peo­ple and bring at­ten­tion to the great work that our lo­cal food banks do through­out the year, we hope to de­liver a cruiser full of food this Thanks­giv­ing.”

Gaudet is pleased to that they did just that. re­port

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The fourth an­nual Cram the Cruiser food drive brought in $400 in cash do­na­tions and more than 2,000 pounds of food in just four hours.

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