Lindsey Mohnacky (center serving plate) and other volunteers of UpsideDown Church in action as church volunteers serve food to the homeless at the Hal Marshall Building on N. College St. Story will focus on a county program that lets churches and civic groups use county property to feed homeless people indoors. The program is credited with cutting down on loitering in uptown. Diedra Laird - dlaird@charlotteobserver.com
Lindsey Mohnacky (center serving plate) and other volunteers of UpsideDown Church in action as church volunteers serve food to the homeless at the Hal Marshall Building on N. College St. Story will focus on a county program that lets churches and civic groups use county property to feed homeless people indoors. The program is credited with cutting down on loitering in uptown. Diedra Laird - dlaird@charlotteobserver.com DIEDRA LAIRD dlaird@charlotteobserver.com
Lindsey Mohnacky (center serving plate) and other volunteers of UpsideDown Church in action as church volunteers serve food to the homeless at the Hal Marshall Building on N. College St. Story will focus on a county program that lets churches and civic groups use county property to feed homeless people indoors. The program is credited with cutting down on loitering in uptown. Diedra Laird - dlaird@charlotteobserver.com DIEDRA LAIRD dlaird@charlotteobserver.com

Homeless meal program gets 2-year extension on North Tryon

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