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Joe P. Asher|Daily EnterpriseAimee Blanton accepts a check on behalf of the backpack program for $3,500 from Food City. The store, represented here by store manager Cathy Hill and district manager Brady Parvin, made donations to four different organizations Wednesday, including the Backpack Program, Cranks Creek Survival Center, Appalachian Regional Mission and Christ's Hands Soup Kitchen.
Joe P. Asher|Daily EnterpriseAimee Blanton accepts a check on behalf of the backpack program for $3,500 from Food City. The store, represented here by store manager Cathy Hill and district manager Brady Parvin, made donations to four different organizations Wednesday, including the Backpack Program, Cranks Creek Survival Center, Appalachian Regional Mission and Christ's Hands Soup Kitchen.
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Joe P. Asher|Daily Enterprise


Aimee Blanton accepts a check on behalf of the backpack program for $3,500 from Food City. The store, represented here by store manager Cathy Hill and district manager Brady Parvin, made donations to four different organizations Wednesday, including the Backpack Program, Cranks Creek Survival Center, Appalachian Regional Mission and Christ’s Hands Soup Kitchen.


Joe P. Asher|Daily Enterprise


Anna Harvey, Bobby Simpson, and Bobby Rowlett accept a $1,000 donation from Food City on Tuesday. Food City donated a total of $8,000 to local charitable organizations. Store manager Cathy Hill and human resources manager Josie Shepherd presented the check.

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