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Charolette Tidwell’s Bluetooth earpiece goes in at 8 a.m. almost every morning. That frees her hands up for the work ahead in her Fort Smith, Ark., community: shopping for enough bulk produce, meat, bread, milk and eggs to fill 500 grocery bags for the hungry; organizing a small band of volunteers; sorting food; loading the 35-pound bags onto a truck; and visiting with the families who receive them. Meanwhile, she fields calls about how to contact medical providers or how to feed kids home from spring break, since they usually get free breakfast and lunch at school. She and her volunteers also load boxes of food into wagons, homemade carts or whatever families bring to collect food. “I’m tiny, but I’m strong,” she said, with her trademark belly laugh.
The earpiece comes out at 11 p.m. That’s six days a week for Tidwell — seven when she delivers food in emergency situations on Sundays. Her team’s efforts feed about 7,000 people a month. Not bad for a 69-year-old retired nurse.
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