Local senior living center donates food to Dayton airport TSA workers

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A local nursing and rehabilitation center donated food to TSA workers at the Dayton International Airport Friday morning.

The Walnut Creek Senior Living Campus brought 30 dozen cookies and three large cold cut trays to build sandwiches for 50 TSA workers.

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TSA workers didn’t get their second paychecks due to the partial government shutdown.

Earlier this week, Arcon Builders, based out of Arcanum, also delivered 30 pizzas to TSA and FAA workers at the Dayton International Airport.

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