FILE — California National Guard members load food supplies into vehicles as part 
of a recent no-contact distribution hosted by the Monterey County Food Bank in King City. (Sean Roney/Staff)

KING CITY — Food Bank for Monterey County’s food distribution program in King City takes place at the Salinas Valley Fairgrounds the first Wednesday of every month. 

To help ensure the program continues, the City of King is in need of eight to 10 volunteers from 9 to 11 a.m. the first Wednesday of each month, beginning on Oct. 6. 

Volunteers will help provide boxes of food to recipients in need. 

To volunteer, contact Yolanda Cervantes, City of King Covid-19 Community Assistance Coordinator, at 831-386-5929 or [email protected].

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