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  • 'Wipe Out Hunger' drive ends Thursday

  • Rogue Valley residents have until Thursday to get a pair of wiper blades installed for free if they donate a 16-ounce jar of peanut butter to feed the hungry.
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  • Rogue Valley residents have until Thursday to get a pair of wiper blades installed for free if they donate a 16-ounce jar of peanut butter to feed the hungry.
    Through Thursday, Kelly's Automotive, located in Central Point and Grants Pass, will take the donations as part of an ongoing "Wipe Out Hunger" drive and install new wiper blades. All donations will go to Jackson County ACCESS and the Josephine County Food Bank.
    The peanut butter is a high-protein food, which area food banks need. For more information, visit www.kellysautomotive.com.
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