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Port businesses deliver the goods

The Pilot/Lorna Rodriguez
 

Brookings-Harbor Community Helpers Food Bank volunteer Jerz Bouvia and David Allen, of State Farm Insurance in Harbor, load 189 pounds of food onto a cart Wednesday at the food bank. The food was collected from a food drive sponsored by several Port of Brookings Harbor businesses. The food drive will be held through the end of March. Food items can be dropped off at participating port businesses.

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