CORAL SPRINGS, FL – With many families continuing to struggle during the pandemic, Coral Springs is planning a Thanksgiving food drive-thru event on Nov. 21.
Up to 400 families will get food at Coral Springs City Hall for the Thanksgiving holiday, City Manager Frank Babinec said last week.
“We’re always looking for ways to give back to the community and now more than ever,” he said.
City commissioners and staff will give out the food to families during the event, Babinec said.
The plans are being finalized and Babinec didn’t provide the time for the event.
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