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Hot Springs' Kroger stores support Project Hope Food Bank

The Kroger Delta Marketing Area Stores announced Wednesday the donation of $3,000 which equates to 4,000 meals to the Project Hope Food Bank in Hot Springs, Ark.

"We could not be making the difference we are in our community without the help of Kroger," said Ted Thompson, Director of Project Hope Food Bank. "Kroger has time and time again showed their generosity. Because of Kroger's assistance the Food Bank has been able to serve our agencies more effectively and helped us provide 3,000 pounds of food. We couldn't do what we do without their help."

Due to the dire situation the Food Bank has found itself in after the recent cold weather the pantries are completely empty. During the months of November and December alone, Project Hope will provide 25,000-35,000 pounds of food to Feeding Programs and Food Pantires in West Central Arkansas.

"Helping Feed the Hungry in communities we serve is what we do. We invite everyone to give what they can this weekend!

2 Roads closed due to Spa Pacers 10k Run

West Mountain Road and West Mountain Overlook to be Temporarily Close on Saturday, November 20 for Spa Pacers 10K Run

The West Mountain Road and West Mountain Overlook will be closed to vehicle traffic on Saturday, November 20, 2010 from 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. for the Arkansas Spa Pacers 10K Run.

(Source: Hot Springs National Park)