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Intermountain snack drive Sunday at Safeway

Safeway in Helena will be hosting a snack drive for Intermountain this weekend.

The sign leading to the Intermountain campus in Helena.

Phil Drake, Independent Record

Intermountain is asking for the public’s help in collecting enough snack donations to fill their community services snack pantry for the year.

This Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., snack donations will be collected at Safeway 611 N. Montana Ave.

Intermountain will have a table set up in the front of the store to collect donations. Snack lists will be available at the table for anyone interested in donating.

“Snacks play an important part in the work we do with kids in our community. These snacks help our kids regulate and engage in our services to their full capacity. Each year we spend over $7,000 keeping our snack closet full,” said Dr. Megan Fox, Intermountain’s regional clinical director of western Montana and telehealth.

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