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St. Andrew Church hosts Fill the Truck Concert

The Ness Band with Nate Douglas will be preforming in concert at St. Andrew Lutheran Church in West Fargo on Saturday, Sept. 8 at 7 p.m. The opening band will be "Mathu5one5." Both bands are from the Fargo/West Fargo area. The concert is being held to help raise donations for the Great Plains Food Bank of North Dakota. Admission to the concert is non-perishable foods such as canned and boxed foods such as tuna, vegetables, fruit, soups, peanut butter, juices, pastas, mac and cheese, hamburger helper, rice, rice-a-roni and past-a-roni, just to name a few.

The Great Plains Food Bank is North Dakota's largest hunger-relief organization. Their vision is to create a hunger free North Dakota and Clay County, Minnesota by recovering and distributing surplus food, engaging in community partnerships and advocating for social change. They form the backbone of organizations working together to efficiently alleviate hunger in 53 counties across North Dakota and western Minnesota. The Great Plains Food Bank has been feeding children, seniors and working families for more than 25 years - touching the lives of 1 in 9 North Dakotans who seek food assistance each year.

Who is Nate Douglas? He reveals a message through his songs and stories of God's grace and mercy through the brokenness in the lives of people. His inspiring and passionate style captivates and draws his audiences in. Here is what some of his fans are saying: "People are watching and listening to his unique style of music. He brings a positive uplifting vibe to his audience. His words and songs are spiritually moving and upbeat."

St. Andrews Board of Christian Outreach has put together this concert in hopes to help bring in donations to the food bank which is always in need of items, supplying goods to many families and individuals on a daily basis.

This event is open to the general public, families and people of all ages. Attend and enjoy a nice evening of music. St. Andrew Lutheran is located at 1005 1st St. E., just a few blocks off of 13th Avenue South in West Fargo.