Seven-hundred cases of milk are on their way to Superior, with a planned-giveaway to happen on Wednesday January 23rd - starting at 10AM.  Superior and Douglas County residents in need will be able to pick up a case or two for free, outside of the Solid Rock Mission.

The milk comes from a dairy business that is closing it's doors.

Hunger Task Force is one of NWCSA’s partner agencies. When members of the Milwaukee-based group heard about the closing of the Golden Guernsey plant, Rounseville said, they immediately started work to get the milk released. The milk will be trucked out across the state, from Green Bay and La Crosse to Ladysmith and Superior, according to Rounsville.

No paperwork will be necessary.  Interested parties are invited to the Solid Rock Mission, 1004 N. Sixth St in Superior - starting at 10AM.

Officials with the agency have specific instructions for interested individuals to follow:

The current plan is to have people drive down North Sixth Avenue, pull into the alley, show their Wisconsin identification and get handed a case (or two) of milk. There will be no paperwork to fill out.

A general reminder is that the milk being given out for free is close to it's expiration date, so it will need to be consumed in short order.


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