Freeland bank collects for Good Cheer

Coastal Community Bank in Freeland is collecting items for Good Cheer Food Bank.

  • Wednesday, November 10, 2010 2:01pm
  • Business

Coastal Community Bank in Freeland is collecting items for Good Cheer Food Bank.

The branch will accept non-perishable food, toiletry items and donated checks through Friday, Dec. 3. The bank is at 1737 Main St.

The local staff of the Snohomish County-based bank has been active in several South Whidbey community organizations, including the Freeland Chamber of Commerce, Whidbey Island Dance Theatre, Soroptomists, Rotary Club and Island Girls Day Camp.

For more information about the bank or the food drive, call Mary Bell at 331-1244 or visit www.coastalbank.com.

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