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With the sun shining and hungry people to feed, The Canby Center's food pantry went outdoors to do its job

With a new normal settling over the area thanks to COVID-19 restrictions and concerns, The Canby Center continues to play its part in helping locals.

On Tuesday morning, The Canby Center – Harvest Share food pantry moved outside. The pantry has food to share with those who need is. Seniors, ages 60 and older, are served first. The Canby Center provides this program every Tuesday and the first and third Saturdays of the month and all are welcome.

Check-in begins about 9:30 a.m. and the action is finished around 10:30 most days.

Additionally, with the COVID-19 protocols in place, The Canby Center has made some changes to its donation policy and availability.

To learn more about the programs, and other Canby Center programs, check the website:

DEBORAH GUINTHER - A load of ice cream arrived at The Canby Center Tuesday morning as the food pantry was held outdoors. The Canby Center continues to try and help during the COVID-19 scare, though it has amended some of its programs for the time being.

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