Tyler nurse Celeste Fisher grew up eating one meal a day because her family could not afford to buy food. Her dad usually got the most to eat because he worked a manual labor job and needed the energy. “It wasn’t until the fifth-grade year that I realized breakfast and lunch were normal parts of the day,” she said. “I got those at school, but in the summer we had supper only.”

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We are so grateful for our rapidly growing coalition and cannot express the joy this brings us. We felt that all of our members new and seasoned needed something to refresh their minds what the Smith County Food Security Council is about. This video provides in depth information on our coalition to help everyone get to know us more please feel free to share with anyone and everyone!

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