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'Stuff a Cruiser' event a success in Lancaster

by Tara Giles
Sports reporter - Coos County Democrat and Berlin Reporter
November 19, 2020
LANCASTER — The annual 'Stuff a Cruiser' event that took place in Lancaster over the weekend was a success. The 36 year old holiday food drive brought in two cruisers worth of food donations along with cash donations in just four hours. The Lancaster Police Department in partnership with Shaw's and Project Homebound all contributed to the positive outcome.

Lancaster's Police Chief, Tim Charbonneau, said, "I think it's a great thing to be involved in and I'm glad to help."

Food distribution will look different this year due to COVID-19, however Project Homebound says it will occur safely to serve the region's hunger needs. Those residents living in Jefferson, Dalton, Lancaster, Groveton, Whitefield, Twin Mountain, Stark, Gilman, Lunenburg and Guildhall qualify to receive items.

A mobile drive through pickup is scheduled for this Saturday at the Lancaster Town Hall with designated community time slots. Only those who are physically unable to pick up their meal box this year will be provided a delivery option.

Additional questions should be directed to the Project Homebound Team at 802 328-0001 or email projecthomeboundnh@gmail.com.

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