CCAP introduces expanded food bank

COMPREHENSIVE COMMUNITY ACTION Program staffers, Rotary Club of Cranston members and a representative of Shaw's Supermarket gather Tuesday to cut the ribbon on CCAP's newly expanded food bank at the nonprofit's office in Cranston. / COURTESY COMPREHENSIVE COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAM
COMPREHENSIVE COMMUNITY ACTION Program staffers, Rotary Club of Cranston members and a representative of Shaw's Supermarket gather Tuesday to cut the ribbon on CCAP's newly expanded food bank at the nonprofit's office in Cranston. / COURTESY COMPREHENSIVE COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAM
CRANSTON – Individuals seeking food from the Comprehensive Community Action Program’s food bank will have a more traditional shopping experience the next time they visit the location. CCAP staffers and members of the Rotary Club of Cranston cut the ribbon Tuesday on the expanded Choice Food Bank at the nonprofit’s office at 311 Doric Ave.…

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