Littleton

Chick-fil-A fans camp out, pack meals for food bank

Staff report
Posted 5/22/17

While they camped out waiting for the area's newest Chick-fil-A franchise to open at Aspen Grove shopping center in Littleton, fans of the fast food chicken chain helped nonprofit organization Feeding Children Everywhere pack meals for Food Bank of …

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Littleton

Chick-fil-A fans camp out, pack meals for food bank

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While they camped out waiting for the area's newest Chick-fil-A franchise to open at Aspen Grove shopping center in Littleton, fans of the fast food chicken chain helped nonprofit organization Feeding Children Everywhere pack meals for Food Bank of the Rockies.

Food Bank of the Rockies distributes food to the needy across Colorado and Wyoming.

The Chick-fil-A, which opened May 18, is the first within the city limits of Littleton.

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