Fair purchase helps pantry

9:38 AM, Sep. 10, 2013  |  Comments
At the Clark County Fair, Matthew Nikolai sold his 280-pound hog to AbbyBank. After the sale, the bank processed the meat and had it delivered to the Community United Pantry, or CUP, in Colby. This donation of meat will help local families in need for about one month. Ivadeane Abegglen, CUP Food Pantry, left, accepts the meat donation from Cynthia Salazar, AbbyBank teller.
At the Clark County Fair, Matthew Nikolai sold his 280-pound hog to AbbyBank. After the sale, the bank processed the meat and had it delivered to the Community United Pantry, or CUP, in Colby. This donation of meat will help local families in need for about one month. Ivadeane Abegglen, CUP Food Pantry, left, accepts the meat donation from Cynthia Salazar, AbbyBank teller.
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