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LHB Takes Food Drive Challenge

February 12, 2015 05:46 PM

An architecture firm with a large office in Duluth combined forces with its competitors to raise money and donations for the needy.

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LHB was part of a group of 13 engineering and environmental consulting firms that participated in the food drive challenge. They were able to bring in almost $3,000 for Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank.

A donation was also made to the food shelf in Hibbing. In total, the drive yielded over $175,000 and over eight tons of food and clothing, for people statewide.


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