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Dallas Harvest Festival participating in food drive


September 09. 2013 1:02PM


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The Dallas Harvest Festival committee recently announced that it will collaborate with the Dallas School District and the Shavertown and Dallas Thomas’ Family Markets locations to help collect food items for the Back Mountain Food Pantry through its Friends Feeding Friends Campaign. People attending the festival are encouraged to bring a non-perishable item to drop off from noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday at the Friends Feeding Friends booth. Donations will also be accepted until Friday during the Dallas School District classroom food drive or at drop-off receptacles at the Thomas’ Family Markets. Participants from the Dallas School District (above), from left, first row: Tom Traver, principal, Wycallis Elementary; Dawn Keifer, special education director; Frank Galicki, superintendent; and Bill Gartrell, technology director. Second row: Brian Bradshaw, assistant principal, Dallas High School; Barb Roberts and Donna Davies, co-chairs, Friends Feeding Friends; Paul Reinert, principal, Dallas Elementary School; Mark Kraynack, buildings and grounds supervisor; Tom Duffy, principal, Dallas Middle School; and Jeff Shaffer, principal, Dallas High School. Representatives at Thomas’ Food Markets (below), from left: the Rev. Roger Griffith, president, Back Mountain Food Pantry; Barb Roberts, co-chair, Friends Feeding Friends; Chris Evans, co-owner, Thomas’ Markets; and Larry Seward, manager, Thomas’ Markets.




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