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Cram the Cruiser stocks shelves at Kingston food bank

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.
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. - Contributed

KINGSTON, N.S. - 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 report that they did just that.

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