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News - November 22, 2013

Around the block

SCOUTING FOR FOOD ... Collecting food for the needy is a tradition for Boy Scout Troop 57. Troop 57 collected nearly two tons of food this year and brought it to a collection station at Middlefield and Charleston roads that in total received 10,500 pounds of groceries, according to Scoutmaster Gordon Craig. The Scouts on Nov. 16 had picked up bags of groceries from residents' porches in the Old Palo Alto, Duveneck/St. Francis, Community Center, Leland Manor and Professorville neighborhoods. The food was donated to Second Harvest Food Bank.

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