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The Northern Berkshire Interfaith Action Initiative's Al Nelson Friendship Center Food Pantry is located at 43 Eagle St.

Food Drive to Benefit North Adams Food Pantry

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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The city of North Adams will hold a food drive from Monday, Nov. 5, through Thursday, Nov. 15, to benefit the Northern Berkshire Interfaith Action Initiative's Al Nelson Friendship Center Food Pantry, located at 43 Eagle St.

Collection boxes decorated by students from the North Adams Public Schools will be available at City Hall, the North Adams Public Schools central office, the North Adams Public Library, the Mary Spitzer Center and the North Adams police and fire departments.

Suggested non-perishable foods for donation include: tuna, peanut butter, brown rice, whole wheat pasta, pasta sauce, low sodium canned vegetables (e.g. potatoes, green beans, carrots), low sodium soups, whole grain cereals (low sugar) and/or oatmeal, canned fruits (no sugar added) and beans (e.g. kidney beans and garbanzo beans). In addition, personal care items such as toothpaste, toothbrushes, soap and shampoo also are welcome.

North Adams Mayor Thomas Bernard will deliver the collected items to the food pantry on Friday, Nov. 16, at 9 a.m. At the time of delivery, there will be a weigh-in to determine how much has been collected to benefit those in the community in need of donations.

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