Federal Way Diversity Commission, high schoolers recognize MLK with food collection

  • Wednesday, January 17, 2018 3:21pm
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The Federal Way Diversity Commission, city officials and volunteers from local high schools helped collect food donations in honor of the observance of Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday this past weekend. More than 60 volunteers gathered 3,400 pounds of food and $362 at the Walmart stores, Grocery Outlet and Fred Meyer. The donations will be divided between food banks at the Federal Way Senior Center and the Mulit-Service Center. Courtesy Bruce Honda

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