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Groups of people wait as volunteers set up for the Sharing One’s Surplus ministry at Mission Covenant Church in Poplar. The program, which launched in April 2012, provides shares of food to anyone who wants them for $25 each. The program helps families stretch their food budget. (Submitted photo)

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For more than a year, a Poplar congregation has been Sharing One’s Surplus with the hungry. On the second Saturday of each month, Mission Covenant Church transforms into a grocery store. Volunteers unload a truck full of fresh produce, split it into shares and distribute it. The food is available to anyone, regardless of income, for a $25 cash donation.

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