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Veterans group is accepting food donations for homeless comrades

The Inland Empire Veterans United group is wrapping up its annual food drive and it still needs donations of food that will be given to homeless veterans.

The group will have ceremony at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Spokane Veterans Center, at 13109 Mirabeau Parkway in Spokane Valley, where the donations received to date will be delivered, Charlie Bourg said.

The group is accepting donations through Thursday at the following locations:

    Yoke’s Fresh Market, 3321 W. Indian Trail Road, Spokane.

    Yoke’s Fresh Market, 210 E North Foothills Drive, Spokane.

    Snyder’s Bakery, 3024 N. Monroe St., Spokane.

    The Swinging Doors, 1018 W. Francis Ave., Spokane.

    Banner Bank, 6622 N. Division St., Spokane.

    Eagle Pointe Apartments, 2718 N. Bowdish Road, Spokane Valley.

    Litz’s Bar and Grill, 204 E. Ermina, Ave., Spokane.

    Grocery Outlet, 12115 E. Sprague Ave., Spokane Valley.

Any questions about the donations can be directed to Charlie Bourg at (509) 936-1420.

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