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Dancing volunteer at Run to Feed the Hungry reflects on losing friends to COVID-19

“It’s hard to withdraw”: Run to Feed the Hungry dance volunteers recall losing friends at COVID-19



Hungry helps. DEIRE: DR We came out here early this morning, and these guys- [LAUGHTER] I am very happy to be back. I hate solving problems, but thank you for coming here today. [LAUGHTER] What’s your name? >> Daniel. DEDRE: IR is also known as a dancing machine. Daniel tore it. [LAUTEGHR] >> A little. We have been doing this for a long time. We always help start the race, which is one of our favorites. ERYEV Thanksgiving, for many years, may be 10BE years other than last year. We actually did too much for your new show. I was with my friend in the first year I did it in 2010, and I was dancing with her, and we attended the ETH show. It has been since every year. TEO: I missed you last year, but I know I missed you. >> So many. All this is done primarily for volunteers and primarily for volunteers. DEIRDRE: Family service food bank Sacramento with 58 paid MBE EMRS and 11,000 volunteers. For this event ALO, NEIT is like 750 people you come out and give up the morning to be part of this. What are you grateful for today? >> So many. I got married this year. TEO: Congratulations. >> It’s my new wife I was dancing to. DEIRDRE: You are lucky WOM.AN >> We bought a new home. When we got married, we promised to buy a new home, so we just moved into our new hoe, but we really got into his family, the relationship we have. I am grateful.We will be hosting this year’s Thanksgiving, which is absolutely my favorite, feeding people, becoming part of it all, and ensuring my family gathering. [INDISCERNIBLE] DEIRDRE: For years we ask people to thank you for saying the same thing, my house, my family, my health, but now something different. ?? >> Of the course. We people died really early from COVID. I seemed to have six friends died within the first three months, so we stopped being around people and our hiding had a big impact on us. rice field. We didn’t want to have it everywhere, so it’s amazing to be able to go back and get back to normal. It’s just huge. O: TE Thank you for being here.We buy all Morni here

“It’s hard to withdraw”: Run to Feed the Hungry dance volunteers recall losing friends at COVID-19


Run to Feed the Hungry relies on hundreds of volunteers to enable the country’s largest Thanksgiving fun run. One of those volunteers, Daniel, was dancing outside with others who were helping out Thursday morning. Daniel told KCRA3 that he volunteered for Run to Feed the Hungry for about a decade. He said he had a lot to thank for this year. He got married and moved to a new house. “It’s definitely my favorite to feed people,” he later talked about plans to host a Thanksgiving meal. Daniel also talked about how the pandemic affected his life. “Six friends died in the first three months. This was like having a big impact on us. We just hid because we didn’t want to make it worse.” “It’s hard to go out,” he said.

Run to feed your hunger We rely on hundreds of volunteers to enable the nation’s largest Thanksgiving fun run. One of those volunteers, Daniel, was dancing outside with others who were helping out Thursday morning.

Daniel told KCRA3 that he volunteered for Run to Feed the Hungry for about a decade. He said he had a lot to thank for this year. He got married and moved to a new house.

“Absolutely my favorite to feed people,” he later said of plans to host a Thanksgiving meal.

Daniel also talked about how the pandemic affected his life.

“We had people die early on COVID,” he said. “Six friends died within the first three months. It was like having this big impact on us. We just hid because we didn’t want to make it worse. ”

“It’s hard to go out,” he said.

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