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Curves holds food drive


Curves of Cedar Springs, 55 N. Main Street, is holding their annual Food Drive during the month of March. They are collecting food for the local food pantries, including the North Kent Community Service Center and their first goal is 2,000 pounds.

“All who bring food will be entered to win some fabulous Curves prizes,” said owner Christine Holman. Thirty pounds equals one entry, and everyone can participate.

They will be a collection site for the rest of the month. During the next 2 weeks only, new members can Join Curves free with the donation of a 30-pound bag of non-perishables or a $30.00 donation, which the food banks will use to purchase more than $30 would buy. “Let’s do this!” said Holman. “Feed the need of your community.”

Call Christine Holman at 616-696-1689 if you have any questions. Drop off times are 7 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday and Sat 9-10:30 a.m.

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