The Rev. Ronal King looks at his depleted food storage area. King says his Feed The Hungry Ministries only has about five to six days' worth of food left, and the pantry will have to close after 34 years of helping the hungry if he doesn't get any more donations.
The Rev. Ronal King looks at his depleted food storage area. King says his Feed The Hungry Ministries only has about five to six days' worth of food left, and the pantry will have to close after 34 years of helping the hungry if he doesn't get any more donations.
The Rev. Ronal King looks at his depleted food storage area. King says his Feed The Hungry Ministries only has about five to six days' worth of food left, and the pantry will have to close after 34 years of helping the hungry if he doesn't get any more donations.

Area pantries feeling the pinch

June 17, 2008 12:14 AM

UPDATED June 17, 2008 06:39 AM

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