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The 17th annual 60 Hours-to-Fight-Hunger campaign collected 1,422 turkeys for low-income families across the Magic Valley. With help from Magic Valley residents and local businesses, the South Central Community Action Partnership provided turkeys and fixings to help bring Thanksgiving dinner to less fortunate families.

This was made possible by our premier sponsor — KMVT — and major sponsors and donors including: Con Paulos Chevrolet; Elite Restoration; Falls Brand; Triple C Concrete; Rob Green Auto; Snake River Corvette Club; Kapstone Paper; Synergy Brotherhood; Glanbia; and Bruce Clark and the Snake River Bro’s. Other big donors include: Northwest Farm Credit; Twin Falls County Employee Council; Cactus Pete’s; Premier Auto; Travelers Oasis; Roy Horne; Amalgamated Sugar Union; Townsquare Media’s KEZJ and KOOL; and KSNQ — the Snake — and KMVT’s on-air personalities.

Special thanks to CSI’s rodeo and women’s softball teams; Magic Valley Bulldawgs; Monsanto; Wells Fargo Bank; Scout Troop 42; Pepsi; First Federal; Evan Murphy; the Paula Clelland family; Smith’s Food; and Miss Idaho Taylor Lance.

Our gratitude to the restaurants that provided food: Maxie’s Pizza, Subway, McAlister’s Deli and Travelers Oasis Krispy Krunch Chicken.

Finally, our heartfelt thanks to everyone who dropped off donations.

Ken Robinette

CEO, South Central Community Action Partnership

Twin Falls


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