Here at WTOK, we are trying to give back during this holiday season. Many community members helped us Friday by contributing to our food drive doing on right now.
We collected non-perishable food items Friday at Bonita Lakes Mall. Nickolas Robinson was happy to help in these efforts.
"I feel good. It helps the community out. It makes the community a better place and it helps the needy. I'm glad we did that," says Robinson.
As part of this effort we ask that you drop off non-perishable food items at one of three places. That includes here at WTOK, at the Multi-County Community Service Agency in Meridian, or at the Department of Human Services Office in Livingston, Alabama. The food will be given to hungry people who are in our area.
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