The Glacier County 4-Hers, led by Grace Rooney, are challenging residents to participate in Kyona’s Biggest Food Drive. Kyona Yeager is a nearby 4-Her who is recovering from COVID-19. She has a passion for feeding Montana’s families–especially during the pandemic. Donations of food or checks can be dropped off at Leavitt Insurance on South Central Ave. in Cut Bank. All donations will go to support the Harvest Food Pantry in Cut Bank. The food drive is underway now and continues through Nov. 6. Toole County 4-Hers collected 149 lbs. of food for their food pantry and Grace is confident Glacier County residents are just as generous–if not more!
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