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Helping the hungry

Food pantries rely on community's kindness to fill need

11:31 AM, Oct. 22, 2013
People pick up food during distribution at the St. Joseph Food Program in Menasha.
People pick up food during distribution at the St. Joseph Food Program in Menasha.
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Menasha resident Dave Morgan relies on local food pantries for groceries, but making that trip for assistance isn't something he enjoys doing.

"It's not that we want to be here," said Morgan, who was accompanied by his wife, Chris at the Salvation Army food pantry. "But this really does help us out."

Morgan was laid off. He cut granite counter tops for a living before losing his job. Chris is working, but bills that were once manageable have become burdensome. ...

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