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Donations help St. Vincent's meal program expand

3:23 AM, Jan. 8, 2013
From left, Scott Begert, his son Blade, 11, and Noah Smith, all volunteers from Northridge Church, serve dinner Monday to Crystal Franz, left, and her daughter, Angel O'Brien, 4, and Robert Eisner, 6, all of Marshfield, at the first Monday night dinner at St. Vincent de Paul.
From left, Scott Begert, his son Blade, 11, and Noah Smith, all volunteers from Northridge Church, serve dinner Monday to Crystal Franz, left, and her daughter, Angel O'Brien, 4, and Robert Eisner, 6, all of Marshfield, at the first Monday night dinner at St. Vincent de Paul.
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The number of people being served a hot meal every Wednesday night at Marshfield's St. Vincent de Paul has nearly doubled since the facility began the meal program in 2009, said Dennis Boucher, one of the coordinators for the weekly meal.

Donations from local restaurants and grocery stores has allowed the program to expand to the first and last Monday of every month. If more restaurants donate food, the calendar will expand to include every Monday, Boucher said.

Last night was the first Monday St. Vincent's was open for supper and eight rotisserie chickens donated by Marshfield's Pick 'n Save ...

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