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Photo by Kate X Messer

Meals on Wheels and More volunteer James Hart prepares the day’s lunch deliveries.

Photo by Kate X Messer

The Meals on Two Wheels program is attracting a new generation of volunteers.

Photo by Jana Birchum

James Hart delivers lunch to Ms. Treviño.

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Mobile Loaves & Fishes founder and President Alan Graham and friend.

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Tweet-happy MLFers (l-r) Alan Graham, Matt Freeman (of Austin Ridge Bible Church), and Shelby and Drew Gressett (of Hat Creek Burger Co.) send messages about the night’s run out into the ether.

Photo by John Anderson

Folks line up for the annual Mobile Loaves & Fishes Thanksgiving Feast at Caritas. More than 500 enjoyed the holiday goodness.

Photo by John Anderson

Mobile Loaves volunteers come in all shapes and sizes. Even kids get in on the act, manning the cocoa brigade.

Photo by Jana Birchum

Nubian Queen Lola cooks Thanksgiving for more than 100 – with tender loving care.

Photo by John Anderson

Lola and Ellie pause from plate-prepping on Thanksgiving.

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Santa Claus (aka, Alan Graham) delivers stockings and cheer to area kids.

Photo by Jana Birchum

All the kids gather to get a glimpse at the old elf’s whiskers. They are very real.

Photo by Jana Birchum

Santa Claus: The children’s rock star.

Photo by Jana Birchum

Peggy Forrest meets with David Shiflet before leaving the streets for good and moving into her new place through an arrangement with Mobile Loaves & Fishes Habitat on Wheels program.

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Peggy Forrest with David Shiflet and Kay Dalton, two of the Mobile Loaves angels who made her transition possible.

Photo by Kate X Messer

Peggy Forrest: There’s no place like home.

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