Maple Valley Pony food drive starting April 26

Maple Valley Pony, a youth baseball organization, is organizing a food drive for food banks serving Maple Valley, Covington, Black Diamond, Ravendsale and Hobart.

  • Friday, April 18, 2008 3:47pm
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Maple Valley Pony, a youth baseball organization, is organizing a food drive for food banks serving Maple Valley, Covington, Black Diamond, Ravendsale and Hobart.

On four consecuive Saturdays starting on April 26, non-perishable food and other items can be donated at the Black Diamond baseball field between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. The other dates for donations are May 3, May 10 and May 17.

The food will be given to Maple Valley Food Bank and to Black Diamond Community Center. The latter serves people who can’t visit the food bank in Maple Valley.

Organizers said items that are most in need include peanut butter and jelly, soup, pancake mix, beans, cereal, rice and pasta sauces, hygiene products and diapers.


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