Food, hunger issues chewed on at local meeting
There's plenty of food. That's not the problem. Ensuring everyone has equal access to food, and trying to get people to eat healthy foods -- now there's the problem.
It's a big one, and getting worse, people who attended a meeting in Mitchell Thursday night were told.
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