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Annandale Salvation Army food drive comes up short

The National Capital Area Salvation Army supplies food to many people throughout Northern Virginia. But in a sign of how a bad economy truly hits real people, the Salvation Army’s food banks right now are practically empty. The charity held a “Christmas in July” food drive last Saturday at the Salvation Army Family Store on Little River Turnpike and came up drastically short, WTOP’s Kathy Stewart reports.
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