From Maryland State Police:
Residents are encouraged to stop by with family and friends and support the Maryland Food Bank During Hunger Action Month
In honor of Hunger Action Month, emergency first responders in the Baltimore, Harford and Cecil counties will do their part in the fight against hunger by hosting the 2016 Safety Fair at the Maryland State Police JFK Barrack this Saturday. The event is part of a statewide partnership between the Maryland State Police (MSP), the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT), and the Maryland Food Bank to collect nonperishable food donations for Marylanders in need throughout September.
WHAT: I-95 Safety Fair – Activities include: K-9, DUI Simulator, Face Painting, Bicycle Course, 25’ inflatable slide, photo booth, skee-ball, and many others!
WHEN: Saturday, September 10, 2016, 10:00a.m. – 2:00p.m.
WHERE: MSP JFK Memorial Highway (I-95) Barrack
15 Turnpike Drive, Perryville, MD
DIRECTIONS: Parking and shuttle service from the northbound I-95 Commercial Vehicle Weigh Station (I-95 north Exit 93; left on MD 222; right on G. Dawson Drive at the Perryville Fire House. Look for signs.)
From Hagerstown to Salisbury and various counties in between, MSP and MDOT representatives will be out in full force for the month-long collection effort. The full list of events can be found at www.mdfoodbank.org/ hunger-action/food-drive-drop-events/. The webpage also includes MDOT locations that will accept food donations throughout September. Additionally, individuals who can’t make it out to these events or locations can use the food bank’s virtual food drive platform to donate food online at https://fooddrive.mdfoodbank.org/msp and https://fooddrive.mdfoodbank.org/mdot.