Cordova Community Food Locker’s operations manager, Gregg Huestis, unloads donated food. The Food Locker is asking Book of Dreams readers to donate money to purchase a new truck bed. The current floor of its delivery truck is so worn that daylight can be seen between the boards in places and the boards are broken and bent. The Food Locker gives away 60 tons of donated food to those in need in their surrounding area.
Cordova Community Food Locker’s operations manager, Gregg Huestis, unloads donated food. The Food Locker is asking Book of Dreams readers to donate money to purchase a new truck bed. The current floor of its delivery truck is so worn that daylight can be seen between the boards in places and the boards are broken and bent. The Food Locker gives away 60 tons of donated food to those in need in their surrounding area. Autumn Payne apayne@sacbee.com
Cordova Community Food Locker’s operations manager, Gregg Huestis, unloads donated food. The Food Locker is asking Book of Dreams readers to donate money to purchase a new truck bed. The current floor of its delivery truck is so worn that daylight can be seen between the boards in places and the boards are broken and bent. The Food Locker gives away 60 tons of donated food to those in need in their surrounding area. Autumn Payne apayne@sacbee.com
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Food locker needs support – for its heavily-used box truck

December 18, 2016 02:35 PM

UPDATED December 18, 2016 03:51 PM

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