- Associated Press - Thursday, July 24, 2014

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The Salvation Army says its food pantry in Oklahoma City is being closed until September.

Spokeswoman Maegan Dunn says that the Salvation Army in Oklahoma County has distributed all its food supply because of an increase in need. The food pantry was closed Wednesday.

Dunn says the pantry will not resume operations until September as it moves to the Center of Hope at 1001 North Pennsylvania in Oklahoma City.

Other resources to help the needy can be found by calling 211.


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