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    Photo by Elise Klysa Augusta City Manager William Bridgeo, left, discusses how the Augusta Food Bank operates with volunteer Nancy Haines while City Councilors Harold Elliott Jr., back left, and Anna Blodgett, back right, watch. The city officials toured agencies housed at the former St. Mark's Episcopal Church parish hall in preparation for finding a new location for the agencies.

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    Photo by Elise Klysa The Rev. Erik Karas, pastor of St. Mark's Episcopal Church, parishioners of which now meet on Augusta's east side, guides a tour of services housed at St. Mark's west side former parish hall for city officials and councilors who are trying to help determine where to place the services once the church property is sold. The others, from left, are City Councilor Anna Blodgett, Executive Director of the United of Way of Kennebec Valley Rob Gordon, City Councilor Harold Elliott Jr. and Augusta City Manager William Bridgeo.

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    Photo by Elise Klysa City Councilors Anna Blodgett, left, and Linda Conti and City Manager William Bridgeo, center, listen to the Rev. Erik Karas talk about services at the former St. Mark's Episcopal Church parish hall as the council prepares to begin conversations on where to house The Augusta Food Bank, The Basic Essentials Pantry, the Addie's Attic clothing program and the Augusta Warming Center once the current location is sold. At far right, a guest fills out a shopping list.

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    Members of the Augusta City Council, other city officials, local clergy members and nonprofit leaders meet at the St. Mark's Episcopal Church property to discuss the future location and delivery of services now originating at the church property on Augusta's west side. The former parish hall houses four agencies serving local low-income and homeless people and those in transition St. Mark's is selling the property.

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