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Shelf life: Bemidji Community Food Shelf volunteers work to help the needy

Diane Klasen helps Arlene Smith load up a full cart of food for a family at the Bemidji Community Food Shelf on Monday morning. Pioneer Photo/Monte Draper1 / 6
Sally Belleveau loads a freezer full of butter Monday at the Bemidji Community Food Shelf. The organization regularly purchases high-demand items like butter and eggs for families relying on the food shelf's services.2 / 6
Diane Klasen helps Arlene Smith load up a full cart of food for a family at the Bemidji Community Food Shelf on Monday morning.3 / 6
The Sentence To Serve program is a huge help to the food shelf. On Monday, inmates made two stops: once in early morning to stock shelves and later to fill a trailer used to haul food from storage units in advance of Wednesday's opening.4 / 6
For 16 years, Merril Thiel has picked up donated food items from churches and businesses to bring to the Bemidji Community Food Shelf.5 / 6
June Roxstrom helps register a shopping list for a client.6 / 6
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Shelf life: Bemidji Community Food Shelf volunteers work to help the needy
Bemidji Minnesota P.O. Box 455 56619

Bemidji Pioneer photographer Monte Draper captured scenes of volunteers working to stock the Bemidji Community Food Shelf and provide food for the needy.

Pioneer staff reports
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