Green Bay Postal Service Hosts Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive

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Those living in Green Bay helped put food on the table of those in need by participating in the nation’s largest single-day food drive. 

The National Association of Letter Carriers held their 26th annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive Saturday. 

Letter Carriers picked up non-perishable food items as they delivered mail along their postal routes. 

The food is then given to local food programs in Brown County. 

There is a growing need for food assistance in Brown County. 

130,000 pounds of food was collected between the West and East side of Green Bay. 

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