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Decatur food drive results to be announced

Friday is the final day of collection for the charity's second-annual food drive. Friday is the final day of collection for the charity's second-annual food drive.
DECATUR, AL (WAFF) -

A Decatur charity will celebrate its secondsuccessful season Friday.

"Barrels of Love" is an industry-widenon-perishable food drive that supports the Salvation Army, the CCC, andDecatur City Schools' backpack program. Collections for its second-annual drivebegan on Valentine's Day.

From 8 a.m. to noon Friday, companies will bedropping off barrels filled with food items. At 1 p.m., representatives of thecompanies that participated will be asked to join event organizers as theyannounce their totals.

The drop-off location and the announcementwill be held at Ingalls Harbor Pavilion.

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