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Milton volunteers deliver groceries to vulnerable community members amid coronavirus

Choosing kindness over fear

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A group of young volunteers delivered the group's flyers on Monday, March 17, to hundreds of houses in Milton. (L-R) Sahara Beckwith-Cooper, Linkon Beckwith, Emma Medeiros and Ethan Barnes. - Kristen Barnes photo

Amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, a Milton group is making it easier for local seniors and those most at risk to access groceries.

The “Milton COVID Assistance” group on Facebook, set up by a number of residents, connects those in need with community volunteers. In just a couple of days, the group has garnered more than 1,800 members — mostly comprised of residents throughout the town.

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Bambang Sadewo
Bambang Sadewo is a general assignment reporter for InsideHalton.com and its sister papers. He is also the municipal affairs reporter for Milton. He speaks English and Indonesian.

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