‘Hunger does not take time off’: MUST Ministries g...
by Justin Larson
04:00 AM, Tuesday, September 02
MARIETTA — MUST Ministries just wrapped up its Summer Lunch program, handing out 254,906 sack lunches to low-income families this year. When children are in school, they are guaranteed a meal, said the Rev. Dwight “Ike” Reighard, the president and...

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