'God's Pantry Food Bank' Buys Warehouse In London

God's Pantry Food Bank 2013
God's Pantry Food Bank 2013
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Updated: 6/13/2013 9:00 pm
The group 'God's Pantry Food Bank' is moving forward with plans for a new warehouse in London.

The non-profit says it just closed on a property at 1215 East 4th Street.

The 10,000-square-foot warehouse will help support more than 50 programs.

God's Pantry Food Bank works to reduce hunger in Kentucky.

It says the London distribution center will serve as a hub for soup kitchens, food pantries, shelters, senior centers, day treatment facilities and childcare centers.

Renovations on the building should be finished by the end of the summer.

It's set to open in early fall.

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