The columnist drives a Meals on Wheels route through Raleigh and invites the city to do the same. The agency feeds more than 1,300 people in Wake County daily.
The columnist drives a Meals on Wheels route through Raleigh and invites the city to do the same. The agency feeds more than 1,300 people in Wake County daily. Photo by Mary Kate Keith
The columnist drives a Meals on Wheels route through Raleigh and invites the city to do the same. The agency feeds more than 1,300 people in Wake County daily. Photo by Mary Kate Keith

Columnist drives a Meals on Wheels route and commune with his Grandma

March 17, 2016 06:15 PM

UPDATED March 18, 2016 05:42 AM

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