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The Next Media Radio Partners are camped out in front of the Sherman Wal-Mart this week for the annual Bob Skaggs memorial food drive.
Last year they filled up two large U-haul trucks with donations.
Jason Taylor, with KMKT, said they're hoping to surpass that this year.
He says people can donate either food or money.
The donations go to the Salvation Army of Grayson County.
"It helps them through the holiday season, even into the first of the year," he said. "They're allowed to go and take this food and help families that are in need in Texoma land."
Taylor said they'll be out there all day Tuesday, and until Noon on Wednesday.