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The monthly surplus food distribution from Capital Area Mobile Food Pantry moved to its “new home” at the KC Hall Thursday but it was a little more eventful than planned. An uncooperative police officer in a Williamson County town delayed the truck’s arrival by most of an hour by refusing to let it park at a convenience store which eventually resulted in the truck getting stuck. A patient crowd of more than 100 waited it out, the truck arrived and the distribution proceeded. Formerly the distribution was held in the former Walmart-HEB parking lot. Distributions continue at the KC Hall each third Thursday at 9 a.m. 
Reporter/Mike Brown The monthly surplus food distribution from Capital Area Mobile Food Pantry moved to its “new home” at the KC Hall Thursday but it was a little more eventful than planned. An uncooperative police officer in a Williamson County town delayed the truck’s arrival by most of an hour by refusing to let it park at a convenience store which eventually resulted in the truck getting stuck. A patient crowd of more than 100 waited it out, the truck arrived and the distribution proceeded. Formerly the distribution was held in the former Walmart-HEB parking lot. Distributions continue at the KC Hall each third Thursday at 9 a.m. Reporter/Mike Brown

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