The Penticton Fraternal Order of Eagles is launching its 4th annual food drive to benefit the St. Vincent D’Paul food bank. The People Helping People Fill Pantries event runs all September, with a special event on Sept. 28. (Photo from Unsplash)

Penticton Fraternal Order of Eagles food drive takes flight

The People Helping People Fill Pantries event runs all September-long

The Penticton Fraternal Order of Eagles #4281 is hosting its fourth annual food drive to benefit the St. Vincent D’Paul food bank.

During the month of September, the public is invited to bring their donations to the Eagles Lounge, located at 1197 Main St., or join the Aeries and Auxiliaries at the People Helping People Fill Pantries aevent on Sept. 28 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 1203 Main St.

READ MORE: Eagles give wings to Penticton hospital campaign

All non-perishable food or cash donations will be accepted, and if you donate at the event you’re entitled to either a hamburger or hot dog.

READ MORE: Unisus students raise money for Summerland Food Bank

For more information on about the food drive or about the Fraternal Order of Eagles, visit www.foe.com.

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