Lexmark volunteers Alan Pullins, left, Kweku Korsah, center, and Billy Jones gleaned apples at the Reed Valley Orchard near Paris. The fruit is then taken to groups that distribute it to the needy. "It's not hard, and it's fun," said Mary Powell of Faith Feeds.
Lexmark volunteers Alan Pullins, left, Kweku Korsah, center, and Billy Jones gleaned apples at the Reed Valley Orchard near Paris. The fruit is then taken to groups that distribute it to the needy. "It's not hard, and it's fun," said Mary Powell of Faith Feeds. Herald-Leader
Lexmark volunteers Alan Pullins, left, Kweku Korsah, center, and Billy Jones gleaned apples at the Reed Valley Orchard near Paris. The fruit is then taken to groups that distribute it to the needy. "It's not hard, and it's fun," said Mary Powell of Faith Feeds. Herald-Leader

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