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Organizers, donors and volunteers who helped make the LIFT-UP food pantry a reality posed for a photo Wednesday at the pantry's new location at 465 N. Mill St., across from the post office. Coldwell-Banker Mason-Morse recently granted the funds to pay for the space for six months, and LIFT-UP also received a grant from the Pitkin County Health & Human Services to continue the lease. The pantry is now open and accepting donations.
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Organizers, donors and volunteers who helped make the LIFT-UP food pantry a reality posed for a photo Wednesday at the pantry’s new location at 465 N. Mill St., across from the post office. Coldwell-Banker Mason-Morse recently granted the funds to pay for the space for six months, and LIFT-UP also received a grant from the Pitkin County Health and Human Services to continue the lease. The pantry is now open and accepting donations.


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