MT STERLING, Ill.– Dot Foods recently launched a program to assist Illinois-based not-for-profit organizations enhance their communication, leadership and problem-solving skills by participating in Dot’s employee training classes. Dot offers these courses at no cost to non-profit organizations and their staff.

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VIDALIA, Ga. – Two Dot Foods’ employees, Patrick Middleton of Vidalia and Mike Coleman of Hazlehurst, recently completed more than 20 individual hours with local non-profits through Dot’s annual volunteer program, Teaming with Local Charities (TLC). In their honor, the Vidalia distribution center donated $800 to God’s Storehouse, a food and clothing bank in Vidalia.

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