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More than 700 pounds of meat donated to Downtown Food Pantry after Lamar County Junior Livestock Show

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Brian Brumley (left) with Downtown Food Pantry executive director Allan Hubbard with boxes of processed ground beef and sausage at Cobb’s Meat Processing in Sumner.


Bravo Cabins owners Marcus Morrison and Kenny Dority recently purchased a steer and hog at the Lamar County Junior Livestock Show and donated the animals to the food pantry.

Processing was paid for by Brumley Welding, Brian Brumley, Rickey Richardson of Mathews Nissan and Paris WalMart. The Downtown Food Pantry received more than 700 pounds of meat, which will be distributed to food pantry clients in the near future.