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10th Annual Have a Heart, Help a Neighbor Fundraiser

Created: 12/11/2013 9:24 AM WDIO.com

Shaye Moris, Executive Director of Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank, stopped by the show on Wednesday to help us preview the Have a Heart, Help a Neighbor Fundraiser!

The fundraiser will take place on Friday, December 13th.  We will be live with Shaye and Second Harvest at First United Methodist Church, also known as the "Coppertop church", in Duluth.

There will also be a second location at the Hammond Spur, at 502 Hammond Avenue in Superior. At the Hammond Spur, you can drop donations with employees.

We'll be broadcasting live at the "Coppertop church" from 5:00 - 9:00 AM.  Food donations are welcome, but more important are monetary donations.  Just $1 can provide 5 meals for families in need in the Northland.

Remember to stop by Friday, December 13th between 5:00 - 9:00 AM at the "Coppertop church" in Duluth, or the Hammond Spur in Superior, and donate! You can also donate online at Second Harvest's website, Facebook, or on our website where we will have a link set up on Friday.

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