Grand Forks Salvation Army set to deliver lunch to airport workers
Federal workers at the Grand Forks International Airport will get lunch delivered by the Salvation Army next week.
The charity's representatives say even though the end may be in sight, many of the federal workers have a lot of catching up to do on their bills.
The food is in honor of the service federal workers provide in order to keep people safe.
There are about 20 federal workers on shift at lunchtime at the airport.
Volunteers will deliver food from Hugo's, Pizza Hut and Chic-fil-A starting on Tuesday next week.
“Want to give them a variety. Not always just a boxed sandwich and chips and a drink one day but a little variety each day if we can,” said Matthew Beatty of the Salvation Army of Grand Forks.
The Salvation Army will drop off lunches at least through Friday of next week to GFK.