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DVD's Help McGovern Continue To Feed The Hungry

November 22, 2012, 4:39 PM

DVD's Help McGovern Continue To Feed The Hungry

Former U.S. Senator George McGovern committed most of his professional life to ending hunger around the world.  In his honor, you can help feed the hungry here at home.

You still have times to order "Memories of McGovern" a special DVD set honoring the late senator's life.

The collection includes McGovern's funeral, prayer service and all the stories KELOLAND News brought you following his death.

The cost of the DVD set is $25 with the proceeds going to Feeding South Dakota.  Sales end December 7.

Just click here to place an order.


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