The superheroes of our community are back at it again-- arising to a need, as it seems that they always do.

Having grown up here in the Treasure Valley, I've grown to be a big fan of the work that the Idaho Food Bank does. Of course, all of the local food banks here in the Treasure Valley do a stand up job at giving a helping hand to those in need.

This isn't the first time that a pop-up mass food distribution event will be going on at the Ford Idaho Center like it will be tomorrow. Several of these events with the Idaho Food Bank and the City of Nampa have gone on recently and they have been a huge success.

Just a couple of weeks ago, the City of Nampa actually called us here at 103.5 KISS FM to tell us that the food that was being given out was completely distributed.

Clearly, there is a need and I have to give major props to the organizations joining forces to make this happen.

If you or someone you know could use some food from this distribution event, drop by the Ford Idaho Center parking lot tomorrow, Wednesday, March 10th from 11:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. however, we would advise you to get there early if possible.

See the flyer with more information, below:


 

 

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