Stocking Up

Holiday Food Drive Exceeds Expectations

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Posted: January 4, 2013

Maj. Clayton Justice (left) and Sgt. Jimmy Wimer, volunteers from the Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office, work with members of the Harrisonburg Police and Fire departments on Thursday to unload a city bus full of food collected during the fourth annual Brent Berry and Salvation Army Food Drive. (Photos by Nikki Fox / DN-R)
Volunteers Sheriff Bryan Hutcheson (left) and Harrisonburg Fire Department Lt. J.T. Turner unload boxes. While the monetary value of the food hasn’t been added up yet, organizers say they believe they have reached their goal of $42,000.
Volunteers with the Rockingham County Sheriff’s Department, Harrisonburg Police and Fire departments unload a city bus full of food.
Area police and firefighters unloaded a Harrisonburg city bus Thursday that was stacked from floor to ceiling with food collected during the holidays outside the Walmart on Burgess Road.

HARRISONBURG — Area police and firefighters unloaded a Harrisonburg city bus Thursday that was stacked from floor to ceiling with food collected during the holidays outside the Walmart on...



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