The Community Food Bank in Tucson provides food for about 170-thousand people in Pima County annually but administrators are concerned about proposed cutbacks that could impact thousands of people. They say president Bush plans to eliminate $108 million in food assistance programs nationwide as part of his new budget. Here in Tucson, it would impact the monthly "Food Plus Program" which serves about 4600 people, 3600 of them are senior citizens. Clients and officials are planning to speak out and that could include writing thousands of letters asking for full funding for the program.