Leftover crops help provide for needy families

Megan Broome/The Clayton Tribune. Stephanie Chan, left, and Sharon Chan pick grape clusters in Tiger last Saturday to donate to the Food Bank of Northeast Georgia as part of the Society of St. Andrew Harvest of Hope retreat. A group of 25 people stayed at the Pinnacle Retreat Center in Clayton for a faith-based, immersive experience into hunger.
TIGER— It’s the time of year when farmers are harvesting their crops and tilling the land for next year. Sometimes there are leftover crops that don’t get picked and go to waste by being plowed back…

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