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Fort Myers chef feeds hungry hurricane survivors for free

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People are distraught and having a hard time because of Mother Nature but there’s nothing anyone can do, said Calbert Sterling, 49, who plans to start throwing food out of his home tomorrow.

DeSantis working with Elon Musk to provide Starlink satellite coverage to Florida residents after hurricaneOct.“We’re cooking things up,” he said, referring to Sunday night’s menu of chicken, coffee, rice and vegetables.

Caraher, who has been a one-man organizer, asked friends to volunteer and sought the assistance of an out-of-town cook who has helped prepare food, he said.

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Author / Journalist: Deon J. Hampton

Category: Nation Politics

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