A man living on the streets shows a visitor the contents of a Community Food Bank drought relief package – oatmeal, rice, beans, tomato sauce and canned fruits and vegetables – during a November 2015 giveaway in Huron.
A man living on the streets shows a visitor the contents of a Community Food Bank drought relief package – oatmeal, rice, beans, tomato sauce and canned fruits and vegetables – during a November 2015 giveaway in Huron. SILVIA FLORES Fresno Bee file
A man living on the streets shows a visitor the contents of a Community Food Bank drought relief package – oatmeal, rice, beans, tomato sauce and canned fruits and vegetables – during a November 2015 giveaway in Huron. SILVIA FLORES Fresno Bee file

Community Food Bank receives $10,000 from insurance companies

October 12, 2016 11:09 AM

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