MUNCIE, Ind. — The long lines of cars driving up to Second Harvest Food Bank of East Central Indiana's monthly tailgate drives, which are deployed to eight counties in this area, illustrate the rising need for food in this part of the country. According to Lois Rockhill, executive director, those receiving food from the mobile pantries, which hand out bags containing about five items of groceries each, including a sack of potatoes, has increased on average from about 350 families to 550 in ...

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