PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — President Joe Biden traveled to Pennsylvania on Monday to volunteer with Philabundance in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Biden’s MLK visit marks the third time in four years that the president has spent the day giving back with Philabundance and the fourth time the president has visited the Keystone State since December 2023.
The president volunteered alongside Philadelphia Mayor Cherelle Parker Monday morning and helped prepare food boxes for those in need around the region.
Biden has already been in Pennsylvania twice this month, most recently traveling to Allentown on Jan. 12 toand talk up his economic record, and back on Jan. 5 he to commemorate three years since the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.
In December, Biden visited Philadelphia tothat will allow three fire companies to reopen in the city.
Because of Philabundance’s proximity to the South Philadelphia Sports Complex, a road closure was in effect around 11:30 a.m. and 12 p.m. Monday. Fans traveling to the Wells Fargo Center for the 1 p.m. Sixers game were encouraged to arrive early to avoid traffic disruptions.
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