More and more are finding the food shelf: Meetings set to address needs as use increases
BEMIDJI -- The local food shelf is at a critical juncture.
"This is a really important moment in our history," said Jack Judkins, coordinator of the Bemidji Community Food Shelf. "We are at a critical time right now."
Due to seemingly ever-increasing demand, the food shelf has been able to keep serving more and more families since it relocated to a much larger, more efficient facility in 2012.
But the need continues to rise, Judkins said.
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