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Gaylord Discovery Center Holding Food Drive Every Sunday

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The Gaylord Discovery Center is hosting a food drive every Sunday, to benefit Northern Michigan families in need.

Each Sunday, families can bring in their canned food or non-perishable items, and in return they will receive free admission, all day.

Make sure that each member of your family has 3 items of food, otherwise not everyone will get in for free.

The Gaylord Discovery Center has something for everyone.

Kids, parents, and even grandparents can enjoy the interactive expos and challenges that the center has to offer.

The owner, Kyle Johnston says, it's a good way to get families to see the center's attractions and contribute to a good cause, at the same time.

The Gaylord Discovery Center will also be holding a Toy Drive, to benefit the "Toys for Tots" Center that received major damages in a business fire, last month.

All the proceeds will go to families in need.

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