One thing I know, is that when times are the hardest, individuals hearts seem to grow and help out in unsuspecting ways. Like who would have guessed that 50,000 pounds of premium frozen trout would be available for the Treasure Valley community out of the blue. Well technically ON the blue since distribution of the tout will take place at Boise state but now I am getting ahead of myself, so lets back up a little...

Riverence Provisions is donating 50,000 pounds of frozen trout to the community on Saturday. CEO Rob Young partnered with Boise State to help distribute to families and individuals in the treasure valley who could use a little extra help this year. The handout will start at 10 a.m. this Saturday (December 19th) in Boise State's West Stadium parking and will end at 2 p.m. - or until they run out. Do not try to get in line before 8 a.m. or you will be turned away.

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There will be signs, cones and campus employees there to help direct traffic in and out or the area. They have a pretty smooth system in place as long as people stay in thier vehicles and follow directions to get the free food. The donations include 10 and 20-pound boxes.

"It has been one of the most challenging years we have ever faced and we have been looking for a way to serve the community during this pandemic. We truly appreciate the university helping us coordinate a safe way to distribute what we are able to donate, and we hope this donation will help the community," said Rob Young, Riverence's CEO.

 

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