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May 18, 2012MARYVILLE, MO |  By: BRYCE J

Food Drive Results

The Post Office in Maryville held its annual food drive last Saturday to benefit the Maryville Ministry Center Food Pantry.

This year the "Stamp out Hunger" food drive brought in just over 34 hundred pounds of food for starving families in the area, which is 800 pounds more than last year. Postmaster Paul Eschbacher, who heads the event, was very pleased with the results of this year's drive.

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There were more than 20 volunteers helping to sort food this year. "Stamp Out Hunger" is a nationwide program started in 1991 and carried out by the National Association of Letter Carriers.