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In May, crew members in Holdrege, Nebraska, pitched in to help at the Community Action Partnership of Mid Nebraska’s Mobile Produce Pantry.

The team helped serve 274 individuals. The pantry provides fresh produce to people in need, free of charge.  

Our employees appreciated a chance to help, and the program director called them her “knights in shining armor.” She noted that without help from our team, pantry employees would have struggled to unload the truck and deliver food to the families in need.

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