Food insecurity in Smith County the focus of new hunger council

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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