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Chicken Express teams up with MOW

Chicken Express restaurants throughout Johnson and Ellis counties helped the homebound by partnering with Meals-on-Wheels for a second year in a row to put a hot meal in the hands of every needy person in the two-county area.
Overall, 660 noontime meals were prepared and served Thursday. This amounted in a savings of nearly $5,000 in food costs for the organization. Meals-on-Wheels volunteers helped pack and then deliver the meals into all of the service areas. The participating locations included Alvarado, Burleson, Cleburne, Joshua, Waxahachie, Midlothian, Ennis and Red Oak.

“As part of this community, we see the need to help those hungry, and in particular, the elderly,” said John Sparks, Ellis County regional manager. “And, I think this is a great collective effort among all the store managers and owners to provide to those that are needy. We are happy to be a part.”

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