They’d heard rumors a day earlier that a neighbor had leftover ice to share. But none of their coolers were clean. They couldn’t pick any up.
Their food started to spoil.
So, on Friday, the Manns made their way to Marathon High School, where a driveway manned by soldiers and volunteers was stacked with water bottles, bleach, diapers. They walked out with cardboard boxes filled with military-style ready-to-eat meals. Maybe they’d gotten beef stroganoff again. Or potato soup.
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