By A.J. Etherington
The Courier 

A Local Way to Give Back

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Food banks across the nation are busier than ever right now. People are really struggling and the fear of where the next meal will come from is sadly, a very real one. Reynolds Market jumped on board and donated to the Valley County Food Bank to help lessen the burden on community members. Reynolds Market assistant manager Amanda Hooper delivered $2,500 in groceries on April 30 to the local food bank. Hooper encourages others, whether it's through an organization, church, or family to donate, as every little bit helps to alleviate a little bit of stress. Thank you all, and stay community strong! Pictured left to right are Valley County Food Bank volunteer Pat Hallett, Reynolds Market assistant manager Amanda Hooper and Valley County Food Bank volunteer Mary Hughes.

CEO of First Community Bank in Glasgow Sam Waters wanted to find a way to give back to the community. As a bank in northeast Montana there were a number of opportunities for them to do just that, but Waters was looking for something different.


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