Clinics collect for food banks

MARYSVILLE — Local food banks were the beneficiaries of a month-long food drive at local Summit Rehabilitation clinics.

Thanks to the generous support of community members, Summit Rehabilitation in Marysville collected 319 pounds of food and Cascade Rehabilitation in Smokey Point collected 389 pounds of food.

In celebration of National Physical Therapy Month, Cascade and Summit not only raised awareness of physical therapy, but they also made a difference in their communities.

Hunger continues to be a critical problem throughout Washington state. According to the Sky Valley Food Bank’s Web site, one our of every 12 people living in Washington is at risk for hunger.

Cascade-Smokey Point and Summit-Marysville were two of the 10 Cascade and Summit Rehabilitation clinics to donate a total of 4,090 pounds of food to local food banks in Snohomish and north King counties.

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