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Food-A-Bago at Mainsource

A group of local radio stations has teamed once again to collect donations for CHOW.
A group of local radio stations has teamed once again to collect donations for CHOW.

99.1 The Whale, 98.1 The Hawk, Wild 104 and WNBF are broadcasting live from the Food-A-Bago. This year, it's in the parking lot of Mainesource on Upper Front in the Town of Dickinson. People are encouraged to drop off non-perishable food items at the R.V. When you do, you'll meet some of the radio personalities.

"The need for food has actually gone outside of the City. It's now going into the rural and suburban areas, so a lot of people who used to donate food are now recipients of the food. Donations are down. It's actually really sad," said Traci Taylor, morning show host at 98.1 The Hawk.

You can drop off donations for CHOW at the Food-A-Bago throughout the weekend and until 11 o'clock Monday morning. You can also bring donations to Warner's Gas Service locations in Vestal and Conklin.
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