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Local businessman gives groceries to Hopelink on behalf of Bothell Police Department

Two pallets of groceries were purchased by a local businessman from the Canyon Park QFC FreeDoc and given to the Bothell Police Department in support of HopeLink for the annual food drive done in partnership with Bothell residents. From left, Capt. Michael Johnson, Peter Frix with FreeDoc, Det. Mike Stone, Sgt. Bob Buendia and Mike Stone Jr. - contributed photo
Two pallets of groceries were purchased by a local businessman from the Canyon Park QFC FreeDoc and given to the Bothell Police Department in support of HopeLink for the annual food drive done in partnership with Bothell residents. From left, Capt. Michael Johnson, Peter Frix with FreeDoc, Det. Mike Stone, Sgt. Bob Buendia and Mike Stone Jr.
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The following is a release from FreeDoc:

Two pallets of groceries were purchased by a Bothell businessman from the Canyon Park QFC FreeDocand given to the Bothell Police Department in support of HopeLink on Nov. 9 for the annual food drive done in partnership with the Bothell area residents.

It was the third year FreeDoc has expressed thanks by returning its support to the families of the area who are in need.

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