Last updated: February 19. 2013 10:43PM - 152 Views

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With food banks in Pennsylvania experiencing some critical funding cuts this year, United Way was recently able to assist a number of local pantries, including one at the Domestic Violence Service Center (DVSC), with some much needed support. Funds were made available from donations to United Way's Annual Christmas in July Food Drive competition. With some of the donations at the DVSC, from left: Geneva Evancho, outreach supervisor, DVSC; Jade Polchin and Elizabeth Janoski, counselor/advocates, DVSC; and Bill Jones, president and chief executive officer, United Way of Wyoming Valley.

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