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Feeding The Forces

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  Original Published: 12/13/2013

A local restaurant finds a creative way to say "thank you" to first responders this Christmas.

For the third year in a row, Two Cousin's Pizza partners with Richland County Chaplain Corps to feed local law enforcement working on Christmas Day.

"Feeding the Forces" started as a simple request on Facebook. Derrick Martin, from the Richland County Champlain Corps asked for volunteers..Brad Konves and his brother Bill knew they could help.

This year they plan to serve more than two-hundred first responders, nine-one-one dispatchers and juvenile detention center workers..just to name a few. Just $7 buys a large pizza which will be delivered to these great men and women on Christmas day. You can stop in to one of the stores or order online and add "feed the forces donation" to the "notes" section in your order.

   
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