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Council on Aging Food Pantry

We serve all of Whitman County, WA. The commodity distributions and the days for food pantries are approximately two weeks apart. Call for details (509) 397-4611 or 1 (800)809-3351.

This listing was last updated Jun 28, 2012

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Commodities are distributed at 12 locations throughout Whitman County once monthly. Three food pantries (Colfax, Rosalia, & Malden) are open once per month approximately two weeks after the commodities are distributed. Call for times and locations (509) 397-4611 or 1 (800) 809-3351.

Hours are in PDT. Hours updated 12 years ago

210 S. Main St, Colfax, WA 99111, USAGet Directions

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