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Photo by James Neiss/staff photographer GIVING BACK: Participants and employees from Opportunities Unlimited of Niagara paid a visit Wednesday to the Niagara Community Action Program's Niagara Falls distribution center. On hand, from left, were: Chris Rifenbark, with the Niagara Falls Opportunities Unlimited of Niagara Self Advocacy Group; Roxane Albond-Buchner of Opportunities Unlimited; Suzanne Shears and Carol Palumbo with the Niagara Community Action Program; outreach Worker Ashley Murray, Margaret Horey with the Divine Mercy Food Pantry and Yolanda Porter with Word of Life Ministries.

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