Union 2166 September Food Drive to Benefit the Roadrunner Food Bank

            Union 2166 has started an annual September food drive this year in memory of Linda Davis and all 2166 members and family lost this year.

            The food donated during the Linda Davis Memorial Food Drive will go to the New Mexico Roadrunner Food Bank. Union 2166 chose Roadrunner because it helps working people who don't get assistance.

Collection receptacle will be placed in the Cafeteria, Housekeeping, Heart Station and Radiology. The final date for collection is September 30, 2003. 

The co-operation between UNM Hospital management and Union 2166 is just one example of working together to help the community as well as the employees of UNMH.

 


Contact: Jennifer Riordan, 272-3322

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