A 100-year-old Billings nonprofit that helps in-need families is expanding and moving into a new building that’s three times the size of its current facility. It’ll also be the site of a new food resource center for the eastern side of the state. Jane McCracken with Billings Family Service lead a tour of the organization’s old building and thrift store in downtown Billings. She walked through the food pantry in the back of the facility and pointed out a cart of groceries packed for a family...
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