Who would steal from a food bank? | LETTER TO THE EDITOR

A small church near Granite Falls offers a food bank once a month. They have a little room for storage. Someone went in (broke in) and stole all the food in the freezer and food in the little storage room.

A small church near Granite Falls offers a food bank once a month. They have a little room for storage. Someone went in (broke in) and stole all the food in the freezer and food in the little storage room.

What is happening to our communities?

Don’t people and neighbors care about those who have less, the aged, or those without sources of money to get by on? Is there no love in the hearts of a friend. Is it all selfishness?

Beverley Hathaway

Marysville

 

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