When you think of someone who is hungry, what do you see? Someone who is homeless? Someone living in the deep south? Someone in the hills of West Virginia after the mines shut down?
In Polk County, many who are hungry or worried about their next meal HAVE a place to live. Most even HAVE a job.
That is the need behind a new ten million effort called "Partnership for a Hunger-Free Polk County."
Polk County Board of Supervisors Angela Connolly and Bob Brownell tells us more about this effot in this segment of The Insiders.
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