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Anonymous donor gives gold bar to Sioux Falls food service

SIOUX FALLS (AP) -- An effort to provide meals to the needy in Sioux Falls is benefiting from the anonymous donation of a gold bar worth about $1,000.

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SIOUX FALLS (AP) - An effort to provide meals to the needy in Sioux Falls is benefiting from the anonymous donation of a gold bar worth about $1,000.

The Nightwatch Canteen operated by United Methodist churches provides a mobile food service on Sundays, bringing meals to downtown area parking lots. The meals are free to anyone who needs them.

Volunteer Chris Beach tells the Argus Leader newspaper that the gold bar gift was unexpected and "very generous."

Argus Leader Media Foundation's charitable giving program called Lend-A-Hand has raised nearly $100,000 for the Nightwatch Canteen program, not including the gold bar.

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