After a year, this system has proven to be effective, as well as practical for the current circumstances. The demographics continued to change after this brief article posted, and will continue to change significantly within the next few months as many of us who had been unemployed or ‘underemployed’ return to former employment.
‘Food Distribution‘ at Community Bridges, which most of us still know as Mountain Community Resources, or simply MCR, is still the most reliable and most abundant source of food for those who need it. It continues to operate between 11:00 a.m. and noon on Thursdays, although the procedure for retrieving food has changed to comply with social distancing.
Participants are unable to wait in queue to select the particular produce, canned food and dry goods they desire from tables that are stocked with what is available. Instead, volunteers assemble packages containing an assortment of what is available, and then load them into vehicles as they drive through the parking lot. It is significantly more effort, but effective.
There are less of us who lack homes and need to obtain food from Food Distribution than there has been in a very long time. However, there are a few more…
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