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Kiwanis Club of Penn Hills collecting food

The Kiwanis Club of Penn Hills is collecting canned goods and nonperishable items for a Thanksgiving food drive.

The club is collecting stuffing, cranberries, canned vegetables, boxed potatoes, gravy, peanut butter, pasta, sauce, cereal, soup, jelly, rice, bread mix, canned fruit and other nonperishable foods to distribute to Penn Hills families in need.

Food can be dropped off at Erskine Sanker Financial at 10757 Frankstown Road or the Rapp Funeral Home at 10940 Frankstown Road.


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