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Let’s lend a hand to keep food on local tables

Local government must step up to food bank funding crisis

Cans, boxes of food, and other non-perishable food stewn on the floor.
Cans of beans, boxes of macaroni and cheese and other non-perishable foods sit in a basket to be sorted at the Bellingham Food Bank. High use of the food bank, coupled with dwindling funding, has created a significant funding challenge for local residents and governments. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Ron Judd Executive Editor
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