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A charitable cause you can get behind: Duluth group seeks 10,000 diapers

Churches United in Ministry hopes to collect 10,000 diapers during the month of March. The group runs a food shelf and homeless shelter in Duluth. It's calling its diaper drive The Bottom Line.
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Churches United in Ministry hopes to collect 10,000 diapers during the month of March. The group runs a food shelf and homeless shelter in Duluth. It's calling its diaper drive The Bottom Line.

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