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Almost 13 percent of Washignton County is food insecure

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By Kelly McKinney

Editor’s note: September is Hunger Action Month. The Sun plans to run a story each issue this month dealing with hunger and resources available. This week’s story focuses on food banks available in Washington County. Later stories this month will feature Washington County Schools’ Summer Feeding Program, and the program’s recent expansion to include after-school meals; the Blessing Box outside the Springfield Police Department that allows residents to donate and receive food; and a look at the deep impact food insecurity can have.


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