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SWCS Superintendent Participating On Anti-Hunger Task Force

December 23, 2013

A statewide initiative to combat hunger and improve access to locally grown and produced fresh foods has the name of a local school leader attached to it....

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Dec-23-13 6:04 AM

UHHH the kindness and love expressed here just before the birthday of Jesus Christ is so underwhelming, I am unsure what to say. Pope Francis in his Christmas message tells us to serve the poor, this kind soul tells us to abrogate the message of the Pope. Nice words on Christmas!

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Dec-23-13 2:36 AM

Perhaps the "task force" should go shopping weekly and drop the food off at the hungry childrens' homes.

There may be hungry families and children, but all of this seems a little hard to swallow - no pun intended. With the easy availability of food stamps, SNAP benefits, feed the children @ school morning, noon and night(well, not night yet, but they will), all of this hungry children talk seems suspicious. The amount of tax dollars already being spent should be able to feed everyone and then some.

BTW, what are the parents of these starving children doing? Not buying the food or not preparing the food or both?

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