Robins workers help out food bank

bcabell@macon.comDecember 18, 2013 

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Kathy Goddard, left, Ivan Dickson, and Jimmy Marshall and other volunteers from the Robins Air Force Base Workforce Development Office deliver more than 2,500 grocery items to the Trinity United Methodist Church food bank Thursday. Marshall said they had been collecting the donations for about six weeks before bringing them to the food bank where they would be sorted and given to needy families this Christmas season.

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Kathy Goddard, left, Ivan Dickson, Jimmy Marshall and other volunteers from the Robins Air Force Base Workforce Development Office deliver more than 2,500 grocery items to the Trinity United Methodist Church food bank Thursday. Marshall said they collected the donations for about six weeks before bringing them to the food bank, where they would be sorted and given to needy families this Christmas season.

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