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Food Drive Under Way - Benefiting Our Local Backpack Snack Programs
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All branches of Farmers Bank are currently accepting donations for their local Backpack Snack Programs. These programs send much needed food home with kids who are at risk for hunger over the weekends. This is an ongoing need and Farmers is glad to be able to assist in collecting food and monetary donations to help with this growing problem.

You can help too! Please consider throwing a few extra items in the shopping cart the next time you are at the grocery, then bring them by your local branch and we'll make sure they get to where they need to go.

Suggested food donations by area:

Mercer County - Backpack Snack Program – drop off at 838 N. College Street
Breakfast bars
Individual dry cereal boxes
Fruit cups such as apple sauce, peaches or mixed fruit
Fruit roll ups
Granola Bars
Soup, ravioli, chili, spaghetti
Individual microwavable mac n’ cheese packets
Instant oatmeal
Juice boxes
Ramen noodles
Pasta meals
Peanut butter and crackers
Cheese and cracker snacks
Pop tarts
Pudding packs
Raisins in small boxes
Snack crackers
Peanut butter
Chips
Other non-perishable food items.
All food must be in its original container and no homemade foods can be accepted.

Boyle County - BackPack Kids (BPK) – Drop off at 1035 Ben Ali Drive

Peanut Butter
Fruits/Vegetables
Boxed Mac and Cheese
Soup
Kid Sized snack items (cookies etc.)

Franklin County - Backpack Snack Program – Drop off at any Frankfort Branch

Breakfast bars
Individual Dry cereals boxes
Fruit Cups (Apple sauce, peaches, mixed fruit etc.)
Fruit roll-ups/ fruit snack packs
Granola bars
Soup, chili, ravioli, spaghetti, etc.
Individual microwavable mac 'n' cheese packets
Instant oatmeal
Juice boxes
Ramen noodles
Pasta meals
Peanut butter or cheese and cracker snacks
Pop tarts
Pudding packs
Raisins in small boxes
Snack crackers
Peanut Butter
Chips
Other items you would like to donate (non-perishable

Anderson County - Backpack Buddies – Drop off at 201 West Park Shopping Center or 125 S. Main Street

Breakfast bars
Individual Dry cereals boxes
Fruit Cups (Apple sauce, peaches, mixed fruit etc.)
Fruit roll-ups/ fruit snack packs
Granola bars
Soup, chili, ravioli, spaghetti, etc.
Individual microwavable mac 'n' cheese packets
Instant oatmeal
Juice boxes
Ramen noodles
Pasta meals
Peanut butter or cheese and cracker snacks
Pop tarts
Pudding packs
Raisins in small boxes
Snack crackers
Peanut Butter
Chips
Other items you would like to donate (non-perishable



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