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Center Table feeds community

The North Texas Food Bank teamed up with Center Table to distribute food to the families impacted by the recent explosion in Highland Hills apartments, recently. Ready to eat meal boxes were provided on a first come, first served basis at Bon Air Church.

Established during the pandemic, by the Mark Cuban Foundation, the Dirk Nowitzki Foundation and Heroes Foundation, to distribute hot and cold meals to residents throughout North Texas. Center Table has primarily served meals at the Mark Cuban Heroes Basketball Center.

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Marva Sneed is host of “From Marva with Love" and columnist for Texas Metro News.

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