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— Mountain Comprehensive Health Corporation CEO Mike Caudill, right, Kentucky State Police Trooper Jody Sims, center, and former KSP Trooper Tony Watts, left, stood in front of part of a 3-ton collection of non-perishable food items collected here for the KSP’s annual “Cram the Crusier” food drive. MCHC has long been a top supporter of the drive and was joined this year by the Isom IGA food store, which agreed to match the food total collected at MCHC. The collected food was immediately delivered on December 14 to food pantries in Fleming-Neon, Jenkins, and Whitesburg. Additional photos inside.

— Mountain Comprehensive Health Corporation CEO Mike Caudill, right, Kentucky State Police Trooper Jody Sims, center, and former KSP Trooper Tony Watts, left, stood in front of part of a 3-ton collection of non-perishable food items collected here for the KSP’s annual “Cram the Crusier” food drive. MCHC has long been a top supporter of the drive and was joined this year by the Isom IGA food store, which agreed to match the food total collected at MCHC. The collected food was immediately delivered on December 14 to food pantries in Fleming-Neon, Jenkins, and Whitesburg. Additional photos inside.

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