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April 4, 2011ST. JOSEPH | By: Wayman
The new executive director of Second Harvest Community Food Bank in St. Joseph is launching a unique project this month.
David Davenport is vowing to live in April as a local resident on food stamps which translates to $25 a week. Davenport is trying to draw attention to just how little some residents dependant on the assistance program get for food. Davenport chose the average for our region, $25 in food stamps a week, and says he will also be blogging his budgeting giving us a chance to live and experience the challenges with him. You can access the blog by going to the website www.ourcommunityfoodbank.org/blog_site