Dallas: North Texas Food Bank is giving away free food at Fair Park

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On Thursday, the North Texas Food Bank came forward to give away free food at Fair Park.
 
According to Organizers, the coronavirus pandemic has hit hard the people living in the area of Dallas even if they aren’t directly infected by the virus.  
 
Fair Park First executive director Brian Luallen said in his statement that  “A lot of the communities around Fair Park have been traditionally underserved and that’s certainly always challenging when there’s a crisis that impacts us all. Frankly, it just hits them a little bit harder. This is already a food desert. There’s really only one grocery store in the area, and everyone is challenged in these times,”
 

The free meals will be given away from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Lots 5A and 6A. People are urged to enter the park from Gate 5, near the intersection of Robert B Cullum Boulevard and Grand Avenue. It is requested to use drive-thru service only to limit interaction between service providers and the consumers.
 
Dallas police officers will also be there to help control the traffic.

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