Sutsie Ludwig, 3, and her brother Thatcher, 5, with two pre-made grocery bags at the Oakhurst Grocery Outlet Bargain Market. An “Independence From Hunger,” food drive is underway at the market to raise $8,000 in non-perishable food and cash for Manna House by the end of July. Sutsie and Thatcher are the children of Aaron and Melinda Ludwig of Wawona, and were shopping Thursday with their grandmother, Marge Ludwig.
Sutsie Ludwig, 3, and her brother Thatcher, 5, with two pre-made grocery bags at the Oakhurst Grocery Outlet Bargain Market. An “Independence From Hunger,” food drive is underway at the market to raise $8,000 in non-perishable food and cash for Manna House by the end of July. Sutsie and Thatcher are the children of Aaron and Melinda Ludwig of Wawona, and were shopping Thursday with their grandmother, Marge Ludwig. Brian Wilkinson Sierra Star
Sutsie Ludwig, 3, and her brother Thatcher, 5, with two pre-made grocery bags at the Oakhurst Grocery Outlet Bargain Market. An “Independence From Hunger,” food drive is underway at the market to raise $8,000 in non-perishable food and cash for Manna House by the end of July. Sutsie and Thatcher are the children of Aaron and Melinda Ludwig of Wawona, and were shopping Thursday with their grandmother, Marge Ludwig. Brian Wilkinson Sierra Star

A community effort as Grocery Outlet sets $8,000 goal for Manna House

July 06, 2017 3:14 PM

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