Area groups feed the hungry and ‘restore hope in people’

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Posted: August 30, 2013

The Winchester Star

Kay McLaughlin of Winchester serves a spaghetti dinner to diners at the Kitchen of Hope soup kitchen in the Market Street United Methodist Church in Winchester. (Photo by Jeff Taylor/The Winchester Star)
Volunteer Paul Keyton of Winchester tosses salad while working in the Kitchen of Hope soup kitchen at Market Street United Methodist Church in Winchester. He has volunteered at the kitchen since 2001.
Angel Crawford of Winchester and her son Aidan, 4, watch as the dessert tray is wheeled around the dining room of the Kitchen of Hope soup kitchen in the Market Street United Methodist Church in Winchester. (Photo by Jeff Taylor/The Winchester Star)

Winchester — From a neighborly handout to a restaurant-style operation, soup kitchens in Winchester fill a need for hundreds of people every week.

In 2001, co-coordinators Pam Bowles and Jean…



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