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City and county direct $320,000 more to new Food Bank building
Added amount from local interest on federal ARPA cash; city and county previously put up $1M of ARPA principal
New Food Bank building
Seen from the outside in this June 17 photo, the new Statesboro Food Bank building at 506 Miller St. is scheduled to be stocked and ready for food-box distributions from the back portion — the Joe Bill Brannon Pantry — July 1, but much work remains to be done inside the front section with its dining hall, kitchen and classrooms, expected to be complete some time this fall. (JIM HEALY/staff)
Statesboro's city government is directing an additional $250,000 — this time from interest earned on the city's federal ARPA grant cash — to help local charitable nonprofit Food Bank Inc. complete its new $2 million-plus building at 506 Miller St. off Northside Drive West.
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