Dawn McGill is selling Key lime pies, banana nut bread and hot meals to earn money to travel from her friend’s home in Mooresville back to her home in Marathon, Florida. Her sailboat, also her home, was destroyed by Hurricane Irma.
Dawn McGill is selling Key lime pies, banana nut bread and hot meals to earn money to travel from her friend’s home in Mooresville back to her home in Marathon, Florida. Her sailboat, also her home, was destroyed by Hurricane Irma. Kate Stevens
Dawn McGill is selling Key lime pies, banana nut bread and hot meals to earn money to travel from her friend’s home in Mooresville back to her home in Marathon, Florida. Her sailboat, also her home, was destroyed by Hurricane Irma. Kate Stevens

Irma refugee is baking her way back to Marathon

September 18, 2017 02:52 PM

UPDATED September 18, 2017 09:26 PM

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