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Panhandle businesses teaming up to feed 4 needy families for Christmas

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Two panhandle businesses are doing their part to make sure needy families don't go hungry this holiday.
 
The "Good Neighbor Tree" at Ed McNulty's State Farm Office in Mitchell is where people can nominate families they feel are in need of a free cChristmas dinner.

Ed McNulty says this is the first year his office decided to sponsor the program, and had planned to give out two dinners, but now he's getting a little bit of help from another local business.
 
"With the help of Eric King at the Main Street Market, Panhandle Co-Op, he is Co-oping, excuse the play on words, a couple turkey dinners as well. So we will have a total of four turkey dinners going out to four needy families."
 
Anyone wanting to nominate a family can stop by or call the office.

McNulty said he plans to deliver the four dinners on Christmas eve.

 

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