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Thanksgiving Food Distribution Held, Benefiting About 500 Families (With Gallery) – NorthEscambia.com

November 13, 2022
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Hundreds of people received a helping hand Saturday during a Thanksgiving food distribution in Gonzalez.
Rep. Michelle Salzman, with the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office, Ascend Performance Materials, International Paper, Florida Power & Light, Farm Share, The Butcher Shoppe, State Farm (Tyler Kercher), Gonzalez United Methodist Church, and many other community members sponsored the event.
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Over 40 volunteers gave away boxes of food to almost 500 families, along with 320 chickens plus Thanksgiving goodies, and 300 Walmart gift cards.
Vehicles began to line up about 5 a.m. for the 30,000 pound distribution at the Gonzalez United Methodist Church.
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One Response to “Thanksgiving Food Distribution Held, Benefiting About 500 Families (With Gallery)”
So happy to see so many businesses, state legislators, our local sheriff department, and church folks come together to organize and distribute food for those in need…this is the season to be grateful for what one has and share with those who are less fortunate…THANK YOU ONE AND ALL!


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