When the COVID-19 pandemic reached Indiana back in March, many members of the most at-risk populations had to stay home, forcing them to lose social connections and potentially the ability to get a meal at the store.

The potential loss of meals created food insecurity for many seniors across the country, and Grant County is no different.

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