Dec 24, 2013 - From staff reportsIf it's Christmas, then you'll find Riverton Elks Club members filling boxes with holiday food to go.
Riverton's BPOE Elks and DOES spent time Monday at their hall in downtown Riverton assembling food for 150 households.
The fraternal organization has been carrying out the charitable Christmas mission for many years.
Food contributions came from the club, from community members and local business supporters.
The boxes were completed in assembly-line style for distribution Tuesday evening in time for Christmas dinner Wednesday.
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