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Skowhegan Savings Bank announced today that their main office in Skowhegan will be hosting a local food drive during the first few weeks of February. Community members are encouraged to drop off non-perishable food items to Skowhegan Savings Bank at their Main Office, 13 Elm Street, by February 11th. Skowhegan Savings Bank is the latest local business in mid-Maine to collect food for local food pantries through United Way of Mid-Maine’s Pantry Project. The goal of the Pantry Project is to work with businesses to help keep our food pantry shelves full all year long. The Pantry Project is a mobile collection center that businesses use temporarily while they encourage staff and customers to bring in and donate non-perishable food items.“We are excited to support the Pantry Project, a joint venture between the United Way of Mid-Maine and Healthy Maine Partnerships. There is a growing need for such a core necessity and as a local community bank we are pleased to help,” said John Witherspoon, President and CEO of Skowhegan Savings