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WINDSOR – For many families peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are a staple.

The Windsor Food and Fuel Bank is asking  for residents to donate peanut butter and jelly to help families in need. In a statement Eric Lazarus, Executive Director said,  “Peanut butter is one of the most expensive foods for food banks to purchase in large amounts, and it is also in high demand because it is rich in proteins.”

Donations can be brought to the LP Wilson Community Center, or dropped off when shopping in Windsor at Geisslers on Broad Street, or Stop & Shop on Kennedy Rd. in Windsor.

For more information go to Windsorfoodbank.org   Or call 860-683-4199.

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