Holiday spirit helps fill the Food Pantry
A need was expressed and the public responded -- in full force.
The demand at the Becker County Food Pantry has been increasing more and more, in large part due to the decreasing economy. And because of that demand increase, the Food Pantry had to cut back its supply to be able to help everyone in need.
"That's pretty much the way it is. More people are aware ... we really need food," the Food Pantry's Alice Hammer said.
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