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Scouting for food

Dwight Worrell with his kids Brandon and Shelby were just some of the county residents participating in Scouting for Food. Scouts from all over the county participated and collected over 32,000 items. The Real Life Center in Tyrone was a recipient of some of the food collected. Photo/Special.


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