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Flood Longmont With Food distributes over 1,600 sandwiches, handwritten notes

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A volunteer group called "Flood Longmont with Food," comprised of mostly St. Vrain Valley School District students and local church members, today rallied in Longmont to assemble and distribute over 1,600 sack lunches to other volunteers working on Longmont Flood relief around town.

In addition to an attached note thanking donors "Schlotzky's, King Soopers, Lifebridge Christian Church, Silver Creek Leadership Academy, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and many community donors and volunteers," recipients were especially charmed by handwritten notes and drawings from children that were also attached to their sack lunches. One sweet note read "Weeeee Thank you Skip Skip Skip" and a child's drawing of rocks skipping across a body of water.

For more about the "Flood Longmont With Food" effort today and to see more pictures and comments visit:: "Flood Longmont With Food" on Facebook.



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