HANCOCK COUNTY — Kelly Canary knows what it is like to be hungry. A longtime business woman, Canary’s life came crashing down after she became addicted to drugs. She’s clean now, but the habit cost her business, livelihood and home.
“I walked out of there with just the clothes on my back,” Canary said.
For months, Canary bounced around between friends’ couches and tents on the street.
She had nothing, except a hot meal each day and night from the Kenneth Butler Memorial Soup Kitchen.