One volunteer staffing the food stations was homeless not too long ago. "You have got to give back," said Ronnie Bean.
One volunteer staffing the food stations was homeless not too long ago. "You have got to give back," said Ronnie Bean. Herald-Leader
One volunteer staffing the food stations was homeless not too long ago. "You have got to give back," said Ronnie Bean. Herald-Leader

Lexington church's Sunday lunch program for homeless adjusts to new location

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