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Little Ceasars mobile Love Kitchen is pulling into Salvation Army sites in Watertown and Ogdensburg this week to serve up free pizza to needy community members.

The pizza kitchen on wheels plans on serving 125 meals at each site.

The truck will be at the Watertown Salvation Army, 723 State Street, for lunch tomorrow, and at the Ogdensburg Salvation Army, 401 Franklin Street, for lunch Friday.

In addition to touring communities, the kitchen has also provided food service at the World Trade Center site of the Sept. 11 2001 terrorist attacks, along the Gulf of Mexico coast after the landfall of Hurricane Katrina and at the site of recent tornado strikes in Indiana and Kentucky.

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