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Tuesday, September 06, 2016

MSP: Salisbury Barrack Invitation to Stuff A Truck for the MD Food Bank

Salisbury, Md. – In honor of Hunger Action Month, state troopers from the Salisbury Police Barrack will do their part in the fight against hunger by hosting a Stuff A Truck event this Friday, September 9 to benefit the Maryland Food Bank – Eastern Shore. The event is part of a statewide partnership between the Maryland State Police (MSP), the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT), and the Maryland Food Bank to collect nonperishable food donations for Marylanders in need throughout September.

WHAT: Stuff A Truck Hunger Action Month Event – Salisbury

WHEN: Friday, September 9, 2016 – 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

WHERE: Salisbury Barrack – 2765 N Salisbury Blvd, Salisbury, MD 21801, USA

From Hagerstown to Salisbury and various counties in between, MSP and MDOT representatives will be out in full force for the month-long collection effort. The full list of events can be found at www.mdfoodbank.org/ hunger-action/food-drive-drop-events/. The webpage also includes MDOT locations that will accept food donations throughout September. Additionally, individuals who can’t make it out to these events or locations can use the food bank’s virtual food drive platform to donate food online at https://fooddrive.mdfoodbank.org/mspand https://fooddrive.mdfoodbank.org/mdot.

11 comments:

Bob said...

Every poor person here has a SNAP card, why we need to give more food to them, they selling benefits?

Anonymous said...

How about preventing and solving crimes rather than collecting revenue. That would help everyone.

Anonymous said...

How about MSP use a day of tix writing and let the state pay for it ,or let MSP donate a days pay ??

Anonymous said...

Must be a lot of speeders on this site with all the hate for MSP.

Anonymous said...

sorry but I already gave and gave and.......

Anonymous said...

Funny they worry about feeding the hungry but do not have a Trooper assigned to the Child Abuse Task Force in Salisbury.

Anonymous said...

Are we stuffing the truck so that the people across the bay get another free food day - like the one they just had August 26th?

Anonymous said...

818
Do you understand the difference between statutory laws and common law? Do you know what statutes are? Why do you obey statutes?

Yes, everybody I know hates police. They do not serve or protect. They are modern day tax collectors to be despised for doing a despicable job working for a corrupt and evil government who issues statutes to the sovereign people.

Anonymous said...

So your jobs cops.
We can handle raising money and food for the poor people.
If you will just leave our money alone.

Anonymous said...

clueless 11:02. typical.

Anonymous said...

11:02 is trying to be cool and act like a sovereign citizen. That's awesome dude, your cool. I hope that if and when you call the police, I mean ( the tax collectors) they screen your call and say " sorry, we're not coming" you can figure out on your own who rear ended your vehicle and failed to remain at the scene, who stole your stuff or who broke into your house. Then once you find that person you can worry about the charges, i hope the modern day "tax collectors" are just too busy for you. Handle it yourself.