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Food Drive to Benefit Warrington Emergency Aide Center

November 8, 2017

Scott Lunsford, Escambia County Tax Collector, has announced that all four Escambia County Tax Collector offices are drop off locations for a November food drive to benefit the Warrington Emergency Aide Center, 4 West Sunset, Pensacola.

“We are excited to be able to help an organization that has been serving our community for over 45 years,” Lunsford said. “This food drive is an opportunity for our employees and the community as a whole to come together and help those less fortunate. It embodies our employees’ passion for the community and the philosophy of neighbor helping neighbor.”

Citizens can drop off their items in the drop box located in the lobby of each office or give their items to the agent who handles their transaction.

The food drive continues through Thursday, Nov. 30.

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