Volunteers stand behind bottles of water and other items at the inaugural Inter-Faith Food Shuttle Mobile Market in Johnston County on Jan. 8. Temple Baptist Church in Selma hosts the market on the second Thursday of every month.
Volunteers stand behind bottles of water and other items at the inaugural Inter-Faith Food Shuttle Mobile Market in Johnston County on Jan. 8. Temple Baptist Church in Selma hosts the market on the second Thursday of every month. COURTESY OF RACHEL AYERS
Volunteers stand behind bottles of water and other items at the inaugural Inter-Faith Food Shuttle Mobile Market in Johnston County on Jan. 8. Temple Baptist Church in Selma hosts the market on the second Thursday of every month. COURTESY OF RACHEL AYERS

Mobile Market lets needy Johnston County residents shop for food

February 06, 2015 10:37 AM

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