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Photos of delivery of Food Drive checks

TKDA employees raise money for local food shelves

TKDA matched the money employees in Saint Paul and Duluth donated for their local food shelves. The $5,598 went to Keystone Community Services in Saint Paul and to CHUM in Duluth. Aaron Mika brought the check to Christine Pulver, Basic Needs Program Director at Keystone Community Services, and Will DeRocher, PE, delivered a check to Scott Van Daele, Distributive Services Director at CHUM in Duluth. TKDA’s annual summer food drive is sponsored by our company’s Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) Committee.

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