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Paul Battson/contributor Opportunities Unlimited of Niagara participants and staff donated 407 pounds of food to Niagara Communitty Action Program on Monday afternoon. From left: Bonnie Schaffer, coordinator of the North Tonawanda Inter-Church Food pantry; Kim O'Grady , family development and nutrition supervisor, Niagara Community Action Program; Mary Ann Cox, outreach worker for NCAP in Lockport; Ellen Maloney, director of Divine Mercy Food Pantry; Kellie Spychalski, executive director/CEO of Opportunities Unlimited of Niagara; and Letitia Stephens, a member of the Niagara Falls Opportunities Unlimited of Niagara self-advocacy group.

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