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Food For Thought returns


It is hard to keep a good program down. And when it comes to programs benefiting the community, the Dauphin Friendship Centre’s Food for Thought is one of the best.
“I feel so grateful that we can do it again, because we heard from a couple of school administrators saying ‘we need you somehow, we’ll advocate. Our staff will come and get it if we have to and we’ll do whatever.’ It’s just saying that there’s such a need, so I’m just glad we can be there,” said program co-ordinator Gail Welburn.
Welburn has begun the work of securing the necessary equipment and volunteers and hopes the program can be up and running feeding students in the schools by the week of Nov. 16.

Learn more in this week's Dauphin Herald.