ShopRites help fight hunger


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  • From left, Nick Alamo, Patti Holster, Joe Italiano, and Beverly Ruddock man the grill outside of the Franklin ShopRite where they make snacks.



ShopRite’s Annual Partners in Caring Campaign has begun again.

It is RoNetco's mission to raise awareness and improve the quality of living for residents served by supermarkets by donating money and goods to local food pantries. Last year, in 2013, the seven RoNetco ShopRite stores raised $84,459.36 thanks to their associates and loyal customers. They do this by organizing book and bake sales, hosting summer barbeques and carnivals, ice cream socials, and other events for the residents of the community and valued ShopRite customers.

There will be events at Franklin ShopRite through the end of September.


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