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Feeding those in need

Because I'm dying from a common cold, I had time today to really read the whole newspaper. Great piece in the Freep today about this cafe up north. The Front Porch Cafe is a non-profit restaurant where the folks in Ellsworth, an economically devastated town, can gather to eat, chat and commiserate.

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    That's really neat -- and really wonderful. Add a bit where the food is grown locally as much as possible as well, and then you are starting to look at something sustainable and nourishing for both community AND the individual bodies in it. Would love to see someone living locally give this model a whirl in the metro Detroit area.

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