Community update: It takes a village for everyone

Published On: June 29th, 2023

Ronald Tatum

There has been a lot in the news lately about how our economic situation in this country is affecting everyone. Inflation, though seemingly on the downtrend now, impacted all Americans as costs rose to near record limits.

Government changes to benefit programs saw many more people using area food banks to help feed their families. Most of what is reported tends to focus on middle-class working families with children and, while one can’t deny the impact had on them, there is another demographic group that has gotten little coverage yet struggles daily to make ends meet.

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