Eight neighbors started a meal-share program in their Belvidere and Woodcrest neighborhoods off Capital Boulevard a decade ago. It’s still going strong.
Eight neighbors started a meal-share program in their Belvidere and Woodcrest neighborhoods off Capital Boulevard a decade ago. It’s still going strong. COURTESY OF KRISTA PADGETT
Eight neighbors started a meal-share program in their Belvidere and Woodcrest neighborhoods off Capital Boulevard a decade ago. It’s still going strong. COURTESY OF KRISTA PADGETT

Meal-share program brings Raleigh neighbors together – Wiggins

August 24, 2016 04:51 PM

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