Friday, April 30, 2010

Got a little too much rice, cereal and BBQ sauce?

With a couple of good months of triples, you're pantry may be starting to get a little packed.  Why not use this weekend to clean it out?  I rotate my stock on a regular basis throwing out the expired and pulling things that I'm way overstocked on to donate to someone who can use it. 

New Life 91.9 is partnering with Bruster's Real Ice Cream to help feed the hungry by having a non-perishable Neighborhood food drive. You can drop off your non-perishable food items April 30th and May 1st at any Bruster's Real Ice Cream location in Ft. Mill/Tega Cay, Mooresville, Kannapolis, Matthews, Cornelius, Monroe and Indian Trail.

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