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Stamp Out Hunger collection is Saturday

WORTHINGTON -- City and rural mail carriers will collect donations of food for its annual Stamp Out Hunger food drive on Saturday. All donations collected will be delivered to the local food shelves.

WORTHINGTON - City and rural mail carriers will collect donations of food for its annual Stamp Out Hunger food drive on Saturday. All donations collected will be delivered to the local food shelves.

Donations of non-perishable food items will be accepted. They should be placed in a bag and by the mailbox for the letter carrier to collect.

People are encouraged to donate healthy low-sodium, low-sugar items such as beans, canned tuna in water, peanut butter, soup, vegetables, pasta, pasta sauce, cereal, oatmeal and other whole grains, canned fruit, canola or olive oil and canned meats. Please do not donate expired food items or those in glass containers.

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