RATHDRUM: Stepped up for food bank

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We would like to extend a thank you to the Rathdrum community and for those throughout Kootenai County who donated food or money to the Rathdrum Food Bank during the holiday season. Nearly every business in Rathdrum helped in one way or another. Thanks to the generous donations received, the food bank was able to provide approximately 80 local families with food and gifts at Christmas time.

We would also like to thank the numerous individuals who volunteered their time to help from start-to-finish, including our Rathdrum Food Bank volunteers and residents from Twin Lakes Village who each year help gather and wrap the gifts and provide gently used clothing, household items and holiday decorations from the families we serve.

SHARON DILLON

Manager

Rathdrum Food Bank

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