Making people happy is what keeps Violet Huckleberry, 94, going. An ordained minister and former pilot, she collects donated bread and distributes it to others in need. The meager donations she also collects-usually pennies- goes to the man who delivers the bread, garnered from grocery stores- some outdated and some right from the bakery, to her house, to help out with gasoline costs.
Making people happy is what keeps Violet Huckleberry, 94, going. An ordained minister and former pilot, she collects donated bread and distributes it to others in need. The meager donations she also collects-usually pennies- goes to the man who delivers the bread, garnered from grocery stores- some outdated and some right from the bakery, to her house, to help out with gasoline costs. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com
Making people happy is what keeps Violet Huckleberry, 94, going. An ordained minister and former pilot, she collects donated bread and distributes it to others in need. The meager donations she also collects-usually pennies- goes to the man who delivers the bread, garnered from grocery stores- some outdated and some right from the bakery, to her house, to help out with gasoline costs. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com

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