On May 5th, at the Millville Child Family Center school, staff prepare for the first of two food bank pick-up days being offered to the community.
Millville Child Family Center staff set up Tuesday for the first of two food bank pickup days. Among the donated items were 300 gallons of milk from Mike Trout and his family.
Staff at the Millville Child Family Center prepare for the first of two food bank pickup days Tuesday. The Trout family donated 300 gallons of milk, some of which is below, for the food drive.
Trout, who tries to avoid the spotlight whenever possible, is focused on taking care of the community that raised him, his parents said.
On May 5th, at the Millville Child Family Center school, staff prepare for the first of two food bank pick-up days being offered to the community. Some of the milk that was part of a 500 gallon donation made by Mike Trout from earlier in the morning.
On May 5th, at the Millville Child Family Center school, staff prepare for the first of two food bank pick-up days being offered to the community. Up to 40 families will receive drop-off deliveries of donations as well.
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