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Hunger knows no season in Alachua County

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As Gainesville heads into the hot summer months, the staff at Bread of the Mighty Food bank is as busy as ever. WUFT-FM’s Forrest Smith talked with Bread of the Mighty director Anne Voyles about an upcoming food drive the postal service is involved with—and some other issues on her mind.

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