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Mobile pop-up food pantry set for Monday at West Fargo church

West Fargo Eats is a collaboration between Lutheran Church of the Cross, Gate City Bank, YWCA Cass Clay, and Great Plains Food Bank

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WEST FARGO — West Fargo Eats, a mobile food pantry, will be open for contact-free grocery pick up from 4 to 5:30 pm, Monday, at Lutheran Church of the Cross, 1402 16th St. E., West Fargo.

Food will include fresh fruits and vegetables as well as the possibility of baked goods, dairy, shelf-stable items and meat.

Food is available on a first-come, first-served basis and available to anyone in need of food assistance. Guests can walk or drive up, but are asked to arrive no earlier than 10 minutes before the pop-up pantry opens at 4 pm.

Volunteers will be taking safety precautions and will deliver food without contact. Clients in cars are advised to remain in their vehicles at all times.

West Fargo Eats is a collaboration between Lutheran Church of the Cross, Gate City Bank, YWCA Cass Clay, and Great Plains Food Bank to form the new Food Share Alliance in West Fargo. The previous food pantry pop-up 6,200 pounds of fresh produce and other groceries to 276 families.

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