ANGLETON — More than 450 families affected by the COVID-19 crisis have one less worry after being able to collect free food Wednesday from the Angleton School Market.

Ten pallets of food were delivered to Angleton Junior High and distributed in drive-thru fashion, Angleton ISD Superintendent Phil Edwards said.

Addison Howell is a reporter for The Facts. Contact her at 979-237-0148.

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