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New owners of Grocery Outlet continue tradition of giving

Despite new ownership and massive renovation, Steve and Kim Smith, new owners of Grocery Outlet on Sutton Way, hosted the annual Independence From Hunger Campaign in July. The tradition, started by the previous owners, asks shoppers to make a donation for Interfaith Food Ministry’s mission to feed the hungry of Nevada County. Posters, T-shirts and Grocery Outlet employees motivated shoppers to give to those in need.
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Despite new ownership and massive renovation, Steve and Kim Smith, new owners of Grocery Outlet on Sutton Way, hosted the annual Independence From Hunger Campaign in July. The tradition, started by the previous owners, asks shoppers to make a donation for Interfaith Food Ministry’s mission to feed the hungry of Nevada County. Posters, T-shirts and Grocery Outlet employees motivated shoppers to give to those in need.

Above, the Smiths, along with their employees, present a check of $6,000 to Sue Van Son, executive director of the Interfaith Food Ministry.


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