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July 15, 2014 4:24 PM

Editorial | Myrtle Beach-area charities seek to fill pantry shelves, gather items for hygiene kits

Summertime at area safety net nonprofits such as CAP in Conway and Helping Hand of Myrtle Beach typically means low supplies of some foods at the same time more children are served because they aren’t receiving meals at school.

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