September 16, 2013

Photo: Preparing for an emergency

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For the second year in a row, Hannaford has donated 500 bottles of water and five cases of granola bars to Wells Elementary School to help stock emergency lockdown kits. This year, Hannaford also donated four boxes of school supplies and backpacks. Unloading the supplies, from left, are Assistant Principal Ken Spinney, Hannaford meat and seafood manager Darren Roberts, Hannaford assistant store manager Adam Bowen, and head custodian David Boyd.

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