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Wildlife museum collecting canned goods

The following statement was issued Saturday by the Sheets Wildlife Museum & Learning Center:

The Sheets Wildlife Museum & Learning Center is stepping up to help less fortunate families. With the donation of canned goods, the museum is offering $1.00 off of admission for the holiday season.

Through this program, the Sheets Museum is providing the Love, Inc food pantry with donated canned goods to help supplement their food bank for Thanksgiving and Christmas.

For more information call the Sheets Wildlife & Learning Center at 260-356-9453.

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