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National Movement Begins 1 Week Later

2009 December 7
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  1. pilateschik permalink
    December 8, 2009

    I live in Southern MD. We have very few food pantries around. We have one attached to a thrift store that several churches are members of. It’s called SMILE (Southern MD Interfaith Living Ecumenical). They have a wonderful food pantry with fresh eggs, bread and sometimes meats. I know there is a need for allergy-friendly foods. I also know someone that runs the food pantry program. When I go in for my weekly “shopping trip” at the thrift store, I take in a filled brown grocery bag, clearly marked as gluten-free, casein-free and corn-free foods. I also staple my friends name to the bag so no one else takes care of it. She knows who it goes to. I do not, but I am glad I can help someone who can not afford the expense of being on a diet such as ours.

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