Family First Pregnancy Care Center in need of food donations

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Family First Pregnancy Care Center will continue collecting non-perishable foods for the Tri-City Food Bank at their office located at 1575 W American Ave.

For information on their programs, call 520-896-9545 or check us out at FamilyFirstPCC.org.

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