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Desperately Seeking Sanity: Written by Mary Ann Dunn

Just recently, TASK launched a new blog site entitled, Stories of a Soup Kitchen. The blog features first person stories from patrons, staff and volunteers and articulates a perspective on life that is often unheard by the rest of the world.

Thanks to TASK's Adult Education Assistant, Mary Ann Dunn we have added another story to the collection. We hope you enjoy.

Click Here to see Mary Ann's Story.

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Mary Ann ( pictured second from left) works at TASK as the Adult Education Program (AEP) Assistant. She is pictured here with some of her former AEP students who have recently passed the GED test and now have their high school diplomas.

Please Note: That our blog tells uncensored first person stories and may contain strong content. The views and expressions presented through these blog posts are those of the authors/story tellers, and do not necessarily reflect those of TASK.

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