The Huntsville Salvation Army Food Drive happens tonight. It’s the 26th annual event. The Huntsville/Lake of Bays Fire Chief Steve Hernen it’s a collaborative effort to collect food for this important organization.

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Volunteers include the local OPP, EMS, Huntsville Air Cadets, Du-Ya Wanna Snowmobile Club and the Huntsville Otters. The food drive is also in conjunction with fire departments from other areas around Huntsville and Almaguin. Hernen says everything collected stays local.

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Other communities involved include Kearney, Novar, Burk’s Falls, Port Sydney, Lake of Bays, Dwight, Emsdale, Baysville, Sprucedale, and Dorset. Hernen says these generous communities make this night a success.

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It all starts at 6pm. All you have to do is leave your porch light on and someone will come to your door to pick up or donation. If you won’t be home tonight, but still want to make a donation you can drop your donations off sat the Huntsville or Port Sydney fire stations. If you would like to arrange for someone to pick up your donation, contact your local fire station as well.