Eating healthy doesn't have to be difficult. Local businesses make it easier to choose better eating habits, and interest in their life changing programs continues to grow.
MERRILLVILLE | Local churches collaborate to host Feeding the Flock free community meals from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. each Saturday at First Presbyterian Church of Merrillville, 7898 Taft St.
Ashley Cruz, of East Chicago, and her son Yosnel Doimoy pick out toys Monday during the East Chicago Salvation Army's giveaway to needy families. Meals were provided free from Jelly restaurant in Merrillville.
East Chicago Salvation Army Capt. Daniel Paredes, right, and Jelly restaurant co-owner Steve Vlahos look over the thousands of donated toys and clothes being given away Monday to needy families. Jelly restaurant in Merrillville also provided free meals.
Arthur Comer, of East Chicago, enjoys a free meal provided by Jelly restaurant at the East Chicago Salvation Army.
HIGHLAND | Madonna Robbins is surrounded by her daughters Deanna Jones, Doreen Hilbrich and Dorthea Robbins, right. Since September 11, 2001 they've resolved to get together for a prayer meal at least once a week for the past decade since the tragic day that changed the nation.
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