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East Whatcom navigates food insecurity: ‘We can’t do everything’

Food bank needs funding from the county, director says

Sam Norris, the executive director of Foothills Food Bank. Norris, stands next to shelves of canned food.
Sam Norris is the executive director of Foothills Food Bank. Norris, the food bank's only employee, has directly seen the impacts of rising inflation and food costs on the products he can offer and on the families who need it. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Charlotte Alden General Assignment/Enterprise Reporter
Executive Director Sam Norris wants to expand the Foothills Food Bank’s hours. He wants to purchas
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