Volunteer Austin Swallow assists broadcasting students from WNZR load bags of food in front of City Hall during the 2015 Food for the Hungry drive.

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Volunteer Austin Swallow assists broadcasting students from WNZR load bags of food in front of City Hall during the 2015 Food for the Hungry drive.

 

MOUNT VERNON — The 35th Annual Food For the Hungry Drive will culminate Saturday with the live broadcast and food collection at Mount Vernon City Hall. The event will come with all the usual bells and whistles, but this year, Matt Starr, producer and senior partner at I-CONN Video Production, and Marcy Rinehart, station manager at WNZR, decided to shake things up a bit by working collaboratively to create two short videos, entitled “Choices,” which will be aired periodically throughout the broadcast.

Starr filmed much of the footage used in the six-minute videos during last year’s Food for the Hungry drive. Fresh interviews were filmed recently to add a more personal tone to the effort.

 

Sarah Poole: 740-397-5333 or spoole@mountvernonnews.com and on Twitter, @mountvernonnews

 

 

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