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Walk-n-Knock coming this Saturday to Lewis County

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Local residents will have an opportunity to participate in Lewis County's annual Walk-n-Knock food drive this Saturday, with a goal of collecting 100,000 pounds of food for area food banks.

Supported by community groups such as local Lions Clubs, Rotary Clubs and Kiwanis International, this year has featured a new aspect of the drive as around 40,000 households throughout the county received special bags in the mail, or through publications such as this newspaper, detailing the Walk-n-Knock and asking residents to fill the bags with donations.

Locally, the Winlock-Vader Food Bank will have a number of volunteers driving 21 routes to pick up the bags of food between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. on Saturday, while donations can also be dropped off at Cedar Village IGA, Umpqua Bank and Toledo Market Fresh.

For more information, call Food Bank Director Chuck Sonner at (360) 785-3909.

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