By Jean Falbo-Sosnovich
The cupboards at the Valley’s homeless shelter are bare.
In an effort to restock the shelves, and to mark national Hunger Action Month
in September, the Spooner House is making a special push to help put food on the
table, and fight childhood hunger.
According to statistics provided by Spooner House, there are 520,000 people
in Connecticut at risk of hunger every day, and one in five of them are
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