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Golden Harvest Food Bank looks to expand

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It’s a project that’s been in the making for more than a year, and on Friday, officials with the Golden Harvest Food Bank donned hardhats and used oversized eating utensils to move ceremonial dirt to symbolize groundbreaking for phase one of its expansion plans.

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