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Demand too high at some food pantries

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Released 7 September 2010

Carroll organizations are receiving more requests than ever for food assistance, and not all are easily keeping up with the demand.

Janice Veney, director of the Salvation Army of Carroll County, said there has been a record-high request for food this summer that has not been met with increased food or money donations to help the organization buy from the Maryland Food Bank, its main supplier.

Read more at The Carroll County Times website

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