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ARC collects food for community

By Tayleigh Davis - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Members of a non-profit in town are helping people by collecting much needed items. They're doing this in conjunction with Nathan Deal's inaugural event.

The Advocacy Resource Center says Deal picked them as the non-profit agency to bring in volunteers to help the community.

ARC partnered with the food bank to collect canned goods and other food items.

The holidays are over, but food is still a necessity for food banks. If you'd like to donate you can bring items to our local office on Phillips drive.

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