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Whidbey Island Nourishes provides another vending machine | NOTABLE

Bayview High School students Norah Helley and Anthony Banks are happy to see a new Whidbey Island Nourishes free vending machine installed at their school.    - Photo courtesy of Dorit Zingarelli
Bayview High School students Norah Helley and Anthony Banks are happy to see a new Whidbey Island Nourishes free vending machine installed at their school.
— image credit: Photo courtesy of Dorit Zingarelli

WIN volunteer Miriam Coates, with a hand from her husband Aaron Coates, helped to deliver another free vending machine with healthy snacks and sandwiches made by the WIN team. Bayview High School students will now be able to enjoy free healthy food made by the volunteers at WIN. Students have access to the food before, during and after school. WIN is a nonprofit volunteer organization devoted to preparing nutritious meals for those in need on South Whidbey, focusing on young people.

 

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