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From left, volunteers Jan Beil, Linda and Galen Knotts help unload and sort the 14,240 pounds of food items donated to the Stuff-a-Truck event Thursday morning at the Bemidji National Guard Armory. The 19th annual Stuff-a-Truck campaign also reaped $700 worth of turkeys for an additional 500 or so pounds. Cash donations were $862. MarketPlace Foods Store Director Arlene Bilberg said the donations were down from 2009 by about 1,800 pounds of food. Cash donations in 2009, including more than $7,000 contrib...

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From left, volunteers Jan Beil, Linda and Galen Knotts help unload and sort the 14,240 pounds of food items donated to the Stuff-a-Truck event Thursday morning at the Bemidji National Guard Armory. The 19th annual Stuff-a-Truck campaign also reaped $700 worth of turkeys for an additional 500 or so pounds. Cash donations were $862. MarketPlace Foods Store Director Arlene Bilberg said the donations were down from 2009 by about 1,800 pounds of food. Cash donations in 2009, including more than $7,000 contributed by the pipeliners, were $9,960. Bilberg said the Bemidji elementary and middle schools' donations were outstanding. Pioneer Photo/Monte Draper

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