Lawmakers visit Facing Hunger Foodbank to learn, volunteer

HUNTINGTON — Facing Hunger Foodbank welcomed West Virginia legislators Sunday for a tour and to prepare food boxes.

The legislators received a tour of the Facing Hunger Foodbank facility and helped pack boxes of food items for upcoming mobile distributions. They also prepared Senior Boxes and Medically Indicated Food Boxes.

Staff members also shared experiences of working at the food bank.

Lawmakers are in Huntington for May interim committee meetings at Marshall University through Tuesday.

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