As the chilly breeze of Fall makes its way into our atmosphere, so too does Hunger Action Month slowly breeze by us. For the month of September, food activists around the country have been working hard to raise food, money … Continue reading The Final Push
Photo Courtesy of Grace Photography Eleanor Young, who most people call Leni, was born to Wayne and Amy Young in Oct. 2011. The Young’s found out when Leni was 35 days old that their daughter had suffered an in utero … Continue reading For the Love of Leni
As September nears its end, so too does Hunger Action Month. However, there’s still plenty of time to get involved, because the work of feeding those in need is a life-long effort. Obviously, the easiest way to get involved is … Continue reading You Can Help Today
In America, the land of plenty, it’s hard to believe that there are people among us who are still struggling to put bread on the table. While many of us realize the plight of the homeless, we often fail to … Continue reading Who’s Hungry Now?
“Football, family and faith – I think we’re good.” That’s the way Ben Grubbs, an Eclectic native now making an impact on the NFL, summed up his life. Grubbs was born in Columbus, Georgia and moved to Eclectic when he … Continue reading Eclectic’s Saint
When I was young, my family and I were not well-off. I was born with a liver disease which caused me to have a liver transplant at two-years-old and the ensuing medical expenses put quite a weight on our family. … Continue reading Why I Advocate