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Second Harvest Moving Food Away From Cumberland Banks

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Power has been lost at The Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee. Crews are working to relocate perishable and non-perishable foods.

The non-profit's food storage facility is located at Great Circle Road in the MetroCenter area. Should the levee fail, the facility would not longer be accessible, hampering efforts to get food to flood victims.

Several food drop-off boxes have been set up to take donations at the following locations in Davidson County:

  • Martha O'Brian Center – 711 So. 7th Street (off Shelby Ave.)
  • Napier Comm. Center – 73 Fairfield
  • Hamilton United Methodist Church – 3105 Hamilton Church Rd.
  • Goodlettsville Help Center – 108 Depot Street
  • Una Church of Christ – 1917 Murfreesboro Rd.,
  • St. Phillips Episcopal (former Donelson Christian) – 85 Fairway Dr.
  • Salvation Army Magness Potter Center – 611 Stockell Street
  • St. Luke Comm. Center – 5601 New York Ave.
  • Coleman Community Center - 384 Thompson Lane
  • Grace Church of the Nazarene - 2260 Pennintgon Bend Road

The locations will operation from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Those who need food and water can go to Bellevue Baptist Church on Highway 70 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday.

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