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- I'm 19 years old
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- I’ve got misty gray eyes but I use colored contact lenses
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- I've got scraggly hair
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Great atmosphere, not too loud, excellent service. Really amazing food - the pork belly appetizer was killer. Excellent octopus tempura. Almost everything on the appetizer and mains menu was gluten-free for my celiac son and husband.
By Jacky Habib October 29, Since the school closed last spring due to coronavirus, a free pop-up grocery named COR started operating in its parking lot. COR opens its drive-thru service daily at 11 a.
Prior to the pandemic, COR was located inside Carver High School as part of a drop-in center where students could access a range of support from snacks to mental health services. When the school shut down due to the coronavirus, COR moved its operations outside.
Prior to COVID, things were rough and now, families who were working are not working… so this really fills a gap for people. Those who frequent the store often select groceries for neighbors and friends.
After one year in operation, COR has servedmeals. Closed schools mean children are hungry in our most vulnerable communities. Many of the families that shop at COR work in the restaurant and entertainment industries, which have been hit particularly hard during the pandemic.
During the pandemic, some families have relied entirely on COR for food. While waiting in the drive-thru for groceries, community members open up to the COR team about their experiences and struggles.
One woman lost her son due to the coronavirus and was shopping for food to serve at his funeral. Others, like Mattie, notice how busy the operation is, and ask if they can help.
In addition to volunteers like Mattie, COR has hired additional staff, funded through CARE, which is helping respond to an increased demand in the community. The U. During the pandemic, COR has expanded to serve anyone who needs it in the immediate community, or beyond. CARE has partnered with Community Outreach in Action to hire drivers and deliver food to those who would otherwise go without.
Meagan, an EMT in Atlanta, GA, is one of the countless everyday heroes working tirelessly to ensure the health and safety of their communities.
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By Jacky Habib October 29, Share. As families face food insecurity during the pandemic, an Atlanta corner store is providing free groceries. Carver High School students receive free or subsidized lunch.
The bit of money that they might have had coming in is now gone. A volunteer helps a customer get his groceries to his car. .