Arlington Democrats supported Food Link fund-raiser on foot, bike

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The Arlington Democratic Town Committee team supporting Food Link’s ongoing fund-raiser is now up and running -- as well as biking, swimming, walking and riding.

Throughout September, eight team members -- so far -- will be participating in Food Link’s Ride for Food. The team has room for more members. If interested, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.for further information.

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Food Link is a community organization that operates throughout eastern Massachusetts to rescue fresh food, alleviate hunger and contribute to environmental sustainability. That work may be more important now than ever before, because residents of towns and cities across the commonwealth -- including Arlington -- are experiencing higher rates of hunger than before the pandemic. 

Residents may contribute to Food Link by donating to the team. See the team website for information.

To learn more about Food Link and its work, visit its website.

For more information on the committee's participation, visit or, or call Stephanie Swanson at 716-435-4153.

This news announcement was published Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2022, based on information from the Arlington Democratic Town Committee.

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