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    Mike Green, owner of Green Heating and Cooling, donated 12,000 pork steaks to the Clyde C. Jordan Food Bank and East St. Louis Township for distribution to needy and the elderly. The pork steaks were purchased at Schnucks, then delivered to the Clyde C. Jordan Center, where some were cooked and served, and others packaged and distributed. Simply put, no one should ever be hungry, township Supervisor Alvin Parks said.

Mike Green, owner of Green Heating and Cooling, donated 12,000 pork steaks to the Clyde C. Jordan Food Bank and East St. Louis Township for distribution to needy and the elderly. The pork steaks were purchased at Schnucks, then delivered to the Clyde C. Jordan Center, where some were cooked and served, and others packaged and distributed. Simply put, no one should ever be hungry, township Supervisor Alvin Parks said. Joseph Bustos jbustos@bnd.com
Mike Green, owner of Green Heating and Cooling, donated 12,000 pork steaks to the Clyde C. Jordan Food Bank and East St. Louis Township for distribution to needy and the elderly. The pork steaks were purchased at Schnucks, then delivered to the Clyde C. Jordan Center, where some were cooked and served, and others packaged and distributed. Simply put, no one should ever be hungry, township Supervisor Alvin Parks said. Joseph Bustos jbustos@bnd.com

He likes people — and pork. So he gave 12,000 steaks to East St. Louis food bank.

November 04, 2017 05:22 AM

UPDATED November 06, 2017 07:46 AM

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