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Save Mart Helps Boy Scouts Go To Camp

Boy Scout troops have hit the streets selling Camp Cards, a bundle of coupons at local retailers. The entire collection of cards costs $5, and the boy scouts can earn up to 50% commission on each sale. The funds raised help boys who are unable to afford summer camp attend.       For the Camp […]

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Store 376/Save Mart Helps Community Fight Hunger in 5K Run

Employees of Store 376 in Madera rocked the fourth annual Second Wind 5K on Saturday. Participants paid a $25 entry fee and walked, strolled or ran the course. The event raised over $4,000 for the Madera Rescue Mission and the Madera Food Bank. The Rescue Mission served more 51,000 meals in 2016; the food bank […]

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Big Red Wins Award at Snow Fest Parade

Big Red won the “Crowd Pleaser” award earlier this month during the parade held at the annual Tahoe City Snow Festival, a nine-day event to encourage tourists and skiers to come up to Lake Tahoe and enjoy the last few weeks of snow. Parade-goers must have been impressed with Watson Racing Chevy 454 engine, commanding […]

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Save Mart’s Team Nevada Works the KNPB Phone Banks for a Cause

Northern Nevada’s public television station, KNPB-TV, is always looking for help during its pledge drives. After all, donations are what keep the shows on the air there. Save Mart Store Managers from Reno, Sparks and Carson City volunteered a 2-hour shift earlier this month to answer phones from donors. Store 551: Cal Cheney Store 552: […]

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Lucky Supermarkets and Warriors help raise $35,000 for Food Bank

Under a blazing hot sun, Warriors fans and Lucky shoppers gathered at the Lake Merritt store for a good cause: hunger. For a $20 donation to the Alameda County Food Bank, 150 people gained entry into a private parking lot tent where Klay Thompson and Zaza Pachulia signed autographs. The players signed pictures, jerseys and […]

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Lucky Helps Castlemont High Seniors Enjoy Day Trip

Lucky Supermarkets, once again, helped feed Castlemont High School students during their Senior Field Trip to Angel Island. A last-minute grant enabled them to go, but it only paid for transportation and admission. 96% of Castlemont students are on a lunch program, so asking them to bring their own lunch is something most of them […]

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