Pat Ryan, left, and Zadie Ryan, right, volunteers with GleanKy, picked up produce and bread products from Costco on Nov. 28. As they do every Monday, GleanKy volunteer gleaners, Pat and Zadie Ryan picked up produce and took it to Calvary Church of the Nazarene – a site which started doing free grocery distribution in 2014 because of the partnership with GleanKY and Costco. The Ryans picked up 743 pounds of produce from Costco on the Monday after Thanksgiving, as well as a large load of breads, pies, and pastry products, which the church distributes.
Pat Ryan, left, and Zadie Ryan, right, volunteers with GleanKy, picked up produce and bread products from Costco on Nov. 28. As they do every Monday, GleanKy volunteer gleaners, Pat and Zadie Ryan picked up produce and took it to Calvary Church of the Nazarene – a site which started doing free grocery distribution in 2014 because of the partnership with GleanKY and Costco. The Ryans picked up 743 pounds of produce from Costco on the Monday after Thanksgiving, as well as a large load of breads, pies, and pastry products, which the church distributes. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
Pat Ryan, left, and Zadie Ryan, right, volunteers with GleanKy, picked up produce and bread products from Costco on Nov. 28. As they do every Monday, GleanKy volunteer gleaners, Pat and Zadie Ryan picked up produce and took it to Calvary Church of the Nazarene – a site which started doing free grocery distribution in 2014 because of the partnership with GleanKY and Costco. The Ryans picked up 743 pounds of produce from Costco on the Monday after Thanksgiving, as well as a large load of breads, pies, and pastry products, which the church distributes. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

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