It’s been a while since the Spokane area had a blizzard, but there have been windstorms, heavy rains and other weather events that make getting around difficult.
In the interest of being prepared, the Greater Spokane County Meals on Wheels has put together “Blizzard Boxes” to provide its homebound clients with three days of shelf-stable food that can be eaten if bad weather prevents volunteers from making their regular food deliveries, whether that’s because roads are impassable or lack of power prevents the food from being prepared. The boxes are being delivered this week.
“We have done it for several years,” said GSCMOW Director of Development and Communications Janet
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