CHESTERTOWN — As part of its 40-week campaign marking 40 years of leading the fight against hunger in the state, the Maryland Food Bank has announced more than $130,000 in awards to 20 dedicated network partners through the food bank’s second installment of its Food First: Capacity Building Grants Program.

Among the grant winners is the Kent County Food Pantry, operated out of Christ United Methodist Church in Chestertown.

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