South Lake County residents gathered recently at the Clermont Community Center to experience the challenges faced by those living in poverty. The simulation exercise shed light on the pressing need for affordable housing and hunger relief in the community.
The Housing and Hunger Solutions luncheon was hosted by The Neighborhood Center of South Lake (NCSL) and Find Feed & Restore, in collaboration with various Lake County Social Services agencies and New Beginnings.  
“It was truly eye-opening to see officials and guests engaged in conversations about the challenges faced by many in the South Lake area”, said NCSL executive director Trish Kry. “Let’s continue to raise awareness and work together to address these critical issues for a stronger, more supportive community.”
(Pictures sourced from NCSL)
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