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Free food distribution to take place in Fall River before snow storm

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Due to the upcoming snow storm, a small food distribution for those in Fall River struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic will be taking place Thursday.

Most of southern New England issued Winter Storm Watch as snow and ice expected

The Full Plate Project Mobile Food Market will be taking place in the parking lot of the Fall River YMCA at 199 North Main Street from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

The Y will be offering the temporary market in a no contact drive-thru pick-up where everyone must practice social distancing by keeping 6 feet of separation between individuals.

Food items will be pre-packaged and CDC guidelines will be followed during the market.

Vehicle trunks must be accessible and have room.

Participants are asked to pull into the Pine Street entrance.

All recipients will receive food on a first come, first serve basis.

If you have any questions regarding the market, call the YMCA at 508-675-7841 or e-mail Stephanie Mancini at smancini@ymcasc.org.

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  1. Chuck Thibault

    February 17, 2021 at 2:16 pm

    I think all of these food giveaways are absolutely fantastic and great for the people in need but I do have 2 issues with it. Number one is unfortunately there is no way of knowing if the people picking up the food are actually in need or not. I know it shouldn’t be that way but there have been those that more then can afford to get their own yet still get in line because it’s FREE. The second item is basically a question, What happens to the elderly, handicapped, or those just unable to drive to get there and don’t have anyone to go for them? Is there any number they can call to try and arrange something?

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