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The Food Truck: A Look at the Progress

The Food Truck: A Look at the Progress

Carson Rasmussen, Staff Reporter
March 2, 2021

As many might know, the AHS Journalism staff made a series of stories last fall that covered a wide range of topics regarding the Arlington Food Bank. The Food Bank has been providing food for families...

Virtual Concert Link

Virtual Concert Link

December 10, 2020

Blue Moon Boy in Concert! The link for the entire concert is here.  

The Arlington Community Food Bank is at 19118 63rd ave. NE.  arlingtonfoodbank.org

Future of the Food Bank

The Arlington Community Food Bank has been here since 1981, and Carla Gastineau is the director of this organization filled with generous people who help others in need. It is still going strong today,...

Volunteering for Change

Volunteering for Change

Logan Bruss and Joe Feider
December 10, 2020

Having people in your community focused on the right things is important and in many ways, necessary. In the Arlington community, we have just that. The Arlington Food Bank serves as a haven for those...

Save the Date!!

Save the Date!!

November 16, 2020

Blue Moon Boy aka Mr. Ben Ballew will be in concert . . . LIVE! on December 10. The 6:30pm concert will be live streamed on this website. Donations to purchase the Food Truck will be accepted before, during,...

Trent Nobach and Levi Younger run the raffle ticket booth at the Boys Basketball Food drive and Bake Sale. Nobach holds up tickets that he runs out to cars, when they donate money to the food bank.

Boys Basketball Helps Solve the Need for a Food Truck

Hailey Brossard, Editorial Board
November 16, 2020

On Saturday, November 14, Arlington Boys Basketball came together once again to help our community. All proceeds from their bake sale and food drive on Saturday will go directly to the Arlington Community...

How the food bank works.

Covid Changes Food Bank Operations

Kira Abraham & Sophia Allen, Staff Reporters
October 16, 2020

March of 2020 a global pandemic started spreading wide and fast throughout the nation. The virus is called “Covid-19” and it has affected the nation in many ways. One of the ways that Covid-19 has...

Donation is Encouraged Year Round

Donation is Encouraged Year Round

A line of people, ready to go grocery shopping. But not at Wal-mart, or any other big company. These families are at the Food Bank. Most people here are not homeless- many of these families are actually...

The Arlington Community Food Bank is at 19118 63rd ave. NE.  arlingtonfoodbank.org

Breaking the Stigma

Carson Rasmussen & Tessa Stensby, Staff Reporters
October 16, 2020

In particular to the Food Bank, many people feel that whoever attends the event is labeled with the stereo-type implying that they are ‘poor’. Either because they’re unemployed, or just having a...

A stack of boxes and crates at the Arlington Community Food Bank.

Improvements are Always Being Made

Gabriel Salvatierra & Victoria Guzman, Staff Reporters
October 16, 2020

There are more changes than ever in the Food Bank due to the global pandemic that’s encasing people’s lives, putting a pause to future plans and how the food bank will operate when it’s needed now...

Volunteers work at the Arlington Community Food Bank in early October.

Something for Everyone at the Food Bank

Ryley Kujath & Nathalie Finneron, Staff Reporters
October 16, 2020

The Arlington Food Bank has taken care of our community for decades, but the question is, what are you doing to help them right now?   Carla Gastineau, the Director of the Arlington Community...

Reducing Waste and Feeding Hunger

Reducing Waste and Feeding Hunger

Kate Rosson, Editorial Board
October 16, 2020

The Arlington Community Food Bank has been operational since 1981. That’s almost 40 years. Yet there is no owner; the food bank operates solely off of community volunteers and a few employees.  There...

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