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Juice Drive

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Feeding America Southwest Virginia's annual Juice Drive kicks off this weekend!

May 31st. Juice donations will be solicited and collected at five Kroger locations by Cheerleaders between 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Kroger Towers  Brandon Ave. Patrick Henry High School
Kroger Brambleton Ave.  (old HT store) Cave Spring High School
Kroger Cave Spring Corner Hidden Valley High School
Kroger  Rutgers Ave. William Fleming High School
Kroger Vinton William Byrd High School
Feeding America SWVA representation will be provided throughout the day at the stores.

Donated juice will be loaded on to trucks (Titans) supplied by First Team Auto Mall
Monetary donations either in person or on-line will also be counted in the totals: $1.00 = 1 lb. of juice
People who would like to donate on-line should go to  help10feed.org  and click on Juice Drive
The Cheering Team that collects the highest poundage of juice will be awarded $500.00.  Totals will be provided on Monday, June 2nd.

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