How healthy is a food drive diet?
Marion County residents have come together to feed the hungry in their community with a county-wide food drive. But as WUFT-FM’s Tori Petry reports, there may be more to a food drive than just filling shelves.
Marion County Commissioner Mike Amsden spearheaded the “Bring the Harvest Home” food drive to respond to the county’s high need. Interfaith Emergency Services, the Salvation Army and Brother’s Keeper benefit from the drive.
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