Food pantry chief sustains mom’s legacy of serving HIV/AIDS community
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Food pantry chief sustains mom’s legacy of serving HIV/AIDS community

Food pantry chief sustains mom’s legacy of serving HIV/AIDS community

Mary Arbuckle, director of Other Options, Inc. Friends Food Pantry, discusses her life, career, and enduring a near-death experience that helped her empathize more with her clients affected by HIV and AIDS.

Food pantry chief sustains mom’s legacy of serving HIV/AIDS community

AUG 18, 2019 – Mary Arbuckle, executive director of Other Options Inc., nearly died from a feral cat bite four years ago. She spent a week in the hospital and then a month at home recovering. Doctors prescribed an antibiotic that cost $2,000 a month — “only” $1,500 with a coupon — that would…
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