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Dr. Bharat Mody, seated center, talks with Norma and Lyon Hutcherson on the left and Elaine and Bobby Richardson on the right during a dinner at his home Wednesday evening. Mody hosted the event attended by more than 50 people to show appreciation to donors of the “To the Brim” food drive project. More than $4,000 was raised during the evening. The food drive will be conducted during the week of Aug. 23 through Aug. 29 in Glasgow and Cave City. Donations may be given in the form of canned and non-perishable food items and/or monetary funds to Community Relief, Dr. Mody’s office, Commununity Medical Care, Cave City Chamber of Commerce and all Houchens locations, along with many other businesses and government offices around town.

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