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Photo Essay: LIFT-UP distributes emergency food to county residents

Kelly Williams, with LIFT-UP, prepares bags for volunteers to hand out to clients last week at teh Garfield County Fairgrounds in Rifle. (Kyle Mills / Citizen Telegram)

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LIFT-UP employee Rhonda Derhamner packs a bag with breakfast foods including cereal at outmeal Tuesday as LIFT-UP prepares emergency food bags for this weeks distribustions. (Kyle Mills / Citizen Telegram)
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Donated reusable bags filled with canned food wait for distribution last week at Garfield County Fsirgrounds. (Kyle Mills / Citizen Telegram)
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Rifle Police Officer Shelby McNeal directs traffic as cars fill the parking lot at the Garfield County Fairgrounds. (Kyle Mills / Citizen Telegram)
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With no school Rifle High School student Raelynn Hampton volunteers her time to help do client intake as cars line up at Garfield County Fairgrounds in Rifle. (Kyle Mills / Citizen Telegram)
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TJ Roe, from LIFT-UP drops off bags of food for a walk-up client during last weeks food distribution at the Garfield County Fairground in Rifle. With the impacts of COVID-19 on Garfield County LIFT-UP continues its drive-thru format to recieve pre-packed emergency food bags. (Kyle Mills / Citizen Telegram)
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Snow falls as Monica Mull, with LIFT-UP directs traffic at Friday’s food distribution in Rifle. (Kyle Mills / Citizen Telegram)
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Jaycob Hampton opens a trunk as he and other volunteers load cars with emergency food bags last week at the Garfield County Fairgrounds. (Kyle Mills / Citizen Telegram)
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Cars line up as a group of walk-up clients leave the Garfield County Fairgrounds last week in Rifle. (Kyle Mills / Citizen Telegram)
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