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Curves to conduct food drive

The five local Northland Curves are joining forces with Super One, Super Suppers, Duluth News Tribune, Hermantown Star, and 95.7 The Bridge to benefit local food banks.

The five local Northland Curves are joining forces with Super One, Super Suppers, Duluth News Tribune, Hermantown Star, and 95.7 The Bridge to benefit local food banks.

Last year, the Curves Food Drive collected 11 million pounds of food for local communities all over the world. Over 15,000 pounds of food was raised in our area alone!

To celebrate the generosity of the community, Curves is waiving its normal service fee for any new member who brings in a bag of non-perishable groceries and joins between March 1-10.

Others wishing to donate may drop off non-perishable food items at any Curves Monday through Saturday during business hours through the month of March.

"The Curves Food Drive promotion is always exciting," said Jon and Erin Kalkbrenner, the owners of the local Curves clubs. "We have a chance to help so many people at a time when the food banks are lowest, while we assist more women in reaching their fitness and weight loss goals. It's a win-win situation for everyone, and we're very proud to participate. This year, with the help of many local businesses, we will hopefully donate more food than ever before."

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For more information, contact Janice, manager at the Cloquet Curves, at 879-2423.

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