The charity announced Monday that there will be several drop-off locations along the parade route for people to donate canned goods and non-perishable food, like canned vegetables and fruits, canned soup, canned meats, dried beans, pasta and cereal.
The drop-off points are located along Main Street at:
Coffee Street in front of the Bank of America building
Broad Street near Ice on Main, the Peace Center and the Greenville News building
Camperdown Way near Falls Park
Police said that Main Street will be closed beginning at 1 p.m. Saturday. They said drivers will be able to cross over Main Street on the side streets until 5 p.m., when all side streets will be closed within a block on either side of Main Street.
Parade goers may also get a glimpse at some of their favorite FOX Carolina personalities as the foxy float rolls by the crowd.
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