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June 8, 2014

APSU S.O.S. Summer Food Drive gets underway

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Summertime can be a stressful time of year for struggling college student-headed households. Rendering assistance to the APSU student community is the mission of the APSU S.O.S. Food Pantry. Once again, the Wilbur N. Daniels African African Culture Center is coordinating the summer donation campaign to support the food pantry operation.

This Ckarksville community-wide appeal seeks donations of non-perishable foods, new/gently used clothing (baby to adult sizes) and unused hygiene items. 

Donation items can be delivered to the Clement Bldg, Rm 120, 8 am-4:30 pm, Monday-Friday.  

The donation drive will be collecting items from now through July 8. 

One ticket will be given for every 10 items donated for drawing. 

Prizes:

-$25 Chartwell’s coupons (APSU students)

-Gift Bag (Faculty, Staff, Community Members). 

Winners for the drawings will be announced Friday, July 11.



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