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Hy-Vee donates 100 meals to families in need

As part of it's one step program, Hy-Vee stopped by the Crossing Nutrition Center to deliver meals to families in need.

Posted: Nov 24, 2020 9:48 AM
Updated: Nov 24, 2020 3:03 PM

(ST. JOSEPH, Mo.) As part of it's one step program, Hy-Vee stopped by the Crossing Nutrition Center to deliver meals to families in need.

As part of the program Hy-Vee donated 100 meals that included turkey, corn, green beans, rolls and a pumpkin pie.

St. Joseph store director Mike Basch said, "I know that there’s more people who are suffering with Covid and aren’t able to celebrate Thanksgiving. This is a way for Hy-Vee to give back to make sure that at least 100 more families have a meal for Thanksgiving."

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