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Posted on: June 28, 2018

Marshall Public Library Seeking Fresh Food Donations for The Idaho Foodbank


With the area’s gardens starting to produce their bounty, the Marshall Public Library is asking you to consider donating some of the excess to The Idaho Foodbank.

Library staff are currently accepting donations of fresh, garden-grown fruits and vegetables for the Foodbank.

“If your garden produced a little extra this year, please consider donating it to The Idaho Foodbank,” said Amy Campbell, Public Services Supervisor with the Marshall Public Library. “The Idaho Foodbank regularly needs fresh fruit and vegetables.”

The library will be accepting donations from July through early September. Items can be dropped off at the public desk on the library’s first floor. Those with questions about the effort can contact Amy Campbell at 208-234-1263 ext. 105 or via email at

For more information on the programs and services available at the Marshall Public Library, visit or like the library’s Facebook page at

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