Sam LoPiccolo, co-founder of Grow Our Kids, handles boxes of food from the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina. Grow Our Kids helps students and their families from Salem Elementary School.
Sam LoPiccolo, co-founder of Grow Our Kids, handles boxes of food from the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina. Grow Our Kids helps students and their families from Salem Elementary School. aramos@newsobserver.com
Sam LoPiccolo, co-founder of Grow Our Kids, handles boxes of food from the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina. Grow Our Kids helps students and their families from Salem Elementary School. aramos@newsobserver.com

Grow Our Kids program at Salem Elementary in Apex helps hungry families

April 16, 2014 03:36 PM

UPDATED April 17, 2014 08:58 AM

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