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Mitchell Senior Meals seeks donations for its Hunger Tree

The Mitchell Senior Meals program located at the James Valley Community Center is seeking donations for its Hunger Tree. The tree has 61 names of seniors who cannot afford meals. Amy Hurt, Senior Services Coordinator, said the goal is to give pun...

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The Mitchell Senior Meals program located at the James Valley Community Center is seeking donations for its Hunger Tree. The tree has 61 names of seniors who cannot afford meals. Amy Hurt, Senior Services Coordinator, said the goal is to give punch tickets for 20 meals to each of the seniors at a cost of $80 per ticket. The program has raised $873 of the $4,880 needed. Donations will be accepted at the JVCC at 300 W. 1st Avenue until December 23rd. (Matt Gade/Republic)

The Mitchell Senior Meals program located at the James Valley Community Center is seeking donations for its Hunger Tree. The tree has 61 names of seniors who cannot afford meals. Amy Hurt, Senior Services Coordinator, said the goal is to give punch tickets for 20 meals to each of the seniors at a cost of $80 per ticket. The program has raised $873 of the $4,880 needed. Donations will be accepted at the JVCC at 300 W. 1st Avenue until December 23rd.

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