Volunteer Shelia Hammon (left) served up a hot meal to Amber Honeycutt, 22, a student, who was going through the line of the “soup kitchen” set up on campus during One Homeless Day, a daylong event to raise awareness about living with out resources. It took place at Metropolitain Community College-Blue River. The event was a partnership between MCC-Blue River and Synergy Services.
Volunteer Shelia Hammon (left) served up a hot meal to Amber Honeycutt, 22, a student, who was going through the line of the “soup kitchen” set up on campus during One Homeless Day, a daylong event to raise awareness about living with out resources. It took place at Metropolitain Community College-Blue River. The event was a partnership between MCC-Blue River and Synergy Services. TAMMY LJUNGBLAD The Kansas City Star
Volunteer Shelia Hammon (left) served up a hot meal to Amber Honeycutt, 22, a student, who was going through the line of the “soup kitchen” set up on campus during One Homeless Day, a daylong event to raise awareness about living with out resources. It took place at Metropolitain Community College-Blue River. The event was a partnership between MCC-Blue River and Synergy Services. TAMMY LJUNGBLAD The Kansas City Star

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