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On Saturday, Baltimore's fleet of food trucks will rally in Towson to benefit the storm-ravaged New Jersey towns of Bayville, Westfield and Toms Rivers.

The Hurricane Relief Gathering, which is being organized by the Maryland Mobile Food Vendors and the
Towson Chamber of Commerce, will take place on Saturday, from 1-5 p.m. on Washington Street, between Chesapeake and Pennsylvania avenues, near the Historic Courthouse.

Clothing and supplies collected at the rally will be transported to the towns damaged by the Oct. 29 storm. Requested items include first aid supplies, clothing, diapers, wipes, general toiletries and charcoal grills. 

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