Food drive for Coast Guard families at Fred Meyer this weekend

This Saturday, the Ballard Fred Meyer will be collecting food and household items for Coast Guard families, and a retired Seahawk player will be on hand to meet donors and sign autographs.

The food drive will benefit the 3,000 active duty and reserve members of the Coast Guard in the Northwest who are working without pay. The food bank at the Seattle Coast Guard Station has been mostly depleted, with supplies going out faster than coming in.

The Fred Meyer food drive will be from 10am to 3pm on Saturday, and retired Seattle Seahawk player Marcus Trufant will be signing autographs and taking photos with donors.

Donations needed include non-perishable food, personal items, household supplies, and baby items.

Photo of Seattle Coast Guard base courtesy U.S. Coast Guard


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Gordito
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Gordito

Border guards out in the cold during shutdown over false border crisis.

Uncle Buck
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Ah yes. From the people who created 1000 fake genders and “safe spaces” now bring you “no borders and walls never worked in history!”. Keep the comedy coming.

Speaking of a false crisis: tell me how importing MILLIONS of Democrat voters is not “meddling with elections”. We’ll wait for the answer. Also, the Chinese seem to get a pass on everything but muh Russians.

All my life the libs have been anti-govt but now with the shutdown the wailing and gnashing of teeth over the (mostly useless and theatrical) TSA is reaching a fever pitch.

Muh anarchy, indeed!

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triggered much, lil bucky?

Gordito
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And deluded much? LOL