Salvation, one grocery bag at a time

Volunteer Kim Nothnageln of Swampscott, a Lynn teacher, bags groceries for recipients at the Salvation Army food bank in Lynn on Thursday. (Spenser Hasak)
LYNN — Almost two months into the social distancing practices to blunt the spread of the COVID-19 virus went into effect, the Salvation Army has seen a dramatic uptick in the number of food-pantry recipients. Capt. Helen Johnson from the Salvation Army’s Franklin Street headquarters said Thursday that where before the pandemic began there was…

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