Brussels Lions Club "Filling the Float" to fight hunger

A local organization will be helping their neighbors in need with the Fill the Float Food Drive this Saturday in Brussels.  The Brussels Lions Club is joining the fight against hunger in the area with a campaign that is in the bag, literally.  Member Jared Spude says the food drive idea was the brainchild of Jason Vogel who was part of the Brown County Sheriff’s Department's food drive of filling a squad car.  Spude shares how the program will work on Saturday in Brussels.



The Fill the Float Food Drive will be held from 9 am until 3 pm at Marchant’s Foods in Brussels on Saturday. 



(photo contributed)   Jared Spude and Jason Vogel of Brussels Lions Club



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