Johnnie Snipes loads several bags of groceries onto his scooter for the cold trip home from the IFC food pantry on West Main Street in Carrboro on Dec. 19, 2013. Snipes showed up early to help bring in roughly two dozen boxes of fresh-picked produce from the nonprofit group Farmers Foodshare. The fresh produce was a holiday bonus this year for more than 400 Orange County families. Snipes lives off Bethel-Hickory Grove Church Road just outside the Carrboro town limits.
Johnnie Snipes loads several bags of groceries onto his scooter for the cold trip home from the IFC food pantry on West Main Street in Carrboro on Dec. 19, 2013. Snipes showed up early to help bring in roughly two dozen boxes of fresh-picked produce from the nonprofit group Farmers Foodshare. The fresh produce was a holiday bonus this year for more than 400 Orange County families. Snipes lives off Bethel-Hickory Grove Church Road just outside the Carrboro town limits. tgrubb@newsobserver.com
Johnnie Snipes loads several bags of groceries onto his scooter for the cold trip home from the IFC food pantry on West Main Street in Carrboro on Dec. 19, 2013. Snipes showed up early to help bring in roughly two dozen boxes of fresh-picked produce from the nonprofit group Farmers Foodshare. The fresh produce was a holiday bonus this year for more than 400 Orange County families. Snipes lives off Bethel-Hickory Grove Church Road just outside the Carrboro town limits. tgrubb@newsobserver.com

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