By Daliah Singer – The Colorado Trust Pallets holding oversized boxes of food are lined up in the parking lot at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Lakewood on a 26-degree February morning. Nearly a dozen cars wait in parking spots. More drive in every couple of minutes. One by one, volunteers call them forward—numbered, orange…Read More
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