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Terry Bradburn, a 64-year-old widow, was No. 176 in line at Liberty Ministries Christian Fellowship's food pantry in Sacramento, Calif., on a recent Thursday, waiting for her allotment of salad mix, fresh pineapple, dried and canned beans, bagels and coffee cake.
As the U.S. economy emerged from a deep recession more than two years ago, Faye Taylor found herself living in Chandler without a job, riding her bike to Matthew’s Crossing Food Bank on Arizona Avenue each month to pick up two large bags of groceries.
WASHINGTON – One in three Hispanic households with children is never sure if it will have enough food for all members of the family, according to a recent report.
Mesa's United Food Bank is making it easy to donate this Thanksgiving with a drive-through turkey drop.
I am not going to even try to pass myself off as an art expert. For me, the highest expression of art begins and ends with “Dogs Playing Poker.’’
In the same way that loving care helps babies’ brains to grow strong and smart, the food and drink that parents provide shape their child’s emotional and physical health, behavior and intelligence.
Mesa resident Melissa Gray went to California last month and came back with a lot less money in her pocket — with much of the cash going to pay for gasoline. When it came time to plan a trip for the Memorial Day weekend, she and her family decided it would be just fine to stay in town.