LEBANON, Ky. — Higdon’s IGA here is giving its prepared-food sales a lift – and maybe attracting some new customers — with delivery of lunches to three nearby senior centers. “We bid on this and won. It’s a federally funded program providing free lunches at senior [day activity] centers in Marion County,” Jimmy Higdon, owner of Higdon’s IGA, told SN. “It brings us in about $500 a week. There’s not a lot of profit, but it’s worth it to us. Every penny counts, and it’s good exposure.” The ...
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