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Seneca County House of Concern celebrates 50th year

What local organization serves more than 1,350 families a year with its mobile food pantry program?

If you guessed the Seneca County House of Concern, you’d be right.

The House of Concern is celebrating its 50th year of providing valuable support services to county residents facing issues of hunger and poverty. The organization operates a food pantry, thrift store and used household items store for the needy.

The agency, at 33-35 State St., will host a 50th anniversary community celebration from 2 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 7, at the Seneca Falls Elks Lodge on West River Road.

Everyone is invited, including families, friends, funders, supporters, clients, youth, seniors and the faith community. A $5 donation will be accepted. Admission is free for holders of golden tickets.

Free food including hamburgers and hot dogs, ice cream and cake will be available along with photo booths, face painting, games, prizes, activities, a fire truck, K9 unit, a police patrol car and vendors.

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