Anza deals with COVID-19

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The Anza Electric Cooperative’s FIND Mobile Pantry converts to a drive through food program due to new COVID-19 quarantine rules set forth by the county and the state. Anza Valley Outlook/Diane Sieker photo
As the Anza Valley braces for the anticipated arrival of the novel coronavirus, residents prepare to respond to the crisis in a variety of ways. The small rural community is coming together to assist those that are isolated, food challenged or unable to acquire the necessities of life. Amid the fear, uncertainty and unprecedented measures being put into place to stay the advancement of the virus, residents are rising to the challenge. Russell Kitchen with the Soil Kitchen developed a plan to collect donated food and other supplies and have them picked up or delivered to those in need. Bentley Hunt has taken the reins of the project, directing people to contact her to request food or to donate goods. “If anyone needs food, they contact me by messaging me at https://www.facebook.c
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