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Radio stations collect food items for tornado victims today at Kroger

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Thursday, May 23, 2013 07:47 am
Radio stations Fun 101.7, WLDE and Majic 95.1, WAJI are collecting hand-held foods to aid Oklahoma tornado relief efforts today at Kroger, 601 E. Dupont Road, a news release said.

Both stations have been at the store since 6 a.m., and will be there all day to collect items requested by the Community Harvest Food Bank. All food items must be ready-to-eat and must not require a can opener or cooking. The food bank also is collecting financial donations. Checks can be made out to Community Harvest Food Bank, with OKC Tornado Relief written on the memo line.

Items collected on Thursday will be picked up and delivered by the Community Harvest Food Bank as part of its Friday delivery to Oklahoma.

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