2 Shelby County food banks to merge

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Serenity Centr, Multi-Purpose to relocate to EMA office on 7th Street

By Steve Doyle

Food services for the needy in Shelby County soon could have a new, larger, 1-stop location.

Shelby County Fiscal Court on Tuesday authorized Judge-Executive Rob Rothenburger and County Attorney Hart Megibben to draw up a deal that would merge the two food banks in Shelbyville into the building on 7th Street that has been the home to Shelby County Emergency Management.

The food banks are operated by Serenity Center on Frankfort Road and Multi-Purpose Community Action Agency at the old swimming pool building next to the skate park on Washington Street.

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