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Unity Rotary Club completes fourth annual hat and scarf project

UNITY, Maine For the second year in a row, holidays were a little brighter for clients of the Volunteer Regional Food Pantry with children.

Charles Schaeffer, president, is shown in the photo with some of the 70 bags distributed containing hats and scarves made by club members and other items such as toys, games, candy, coloring books, and crayons. on Tuesdays at Crosstrax Neighborhood Deli on Depot Street.

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