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May 1, 2013

Donated food to help Elwood flood victims

ELWOOD, Ind. — Second Harvest food bank has made a large donation to help feed flood victims in Elwood.

“There’s pallets and pallets of fruits and veggies,” said city spokesman Jeff Howe. “Just a lot of food.”

The food is available at no charge to flood victims, including fresh strawberries and oranges, potatoes, crackers and Gatorade. There’s also bleach available.

Distribution is tonight from 6 to 8 p.m. at the police bay at the Elwood city building, 1505 South B Street. Residents are asked to bring proof of their address.

The Herald Bulletin will continue to update this story.

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