DENVER, (KDVR) — Inside the Salvation Army Harbor Light Center, James Prunty’s kitchen is always busy.
The Culinary Director is in charge of planning, cooking, and packaging more than 1,000 meals every day to help those in need.
But this week has been unlike anything Prunty has ever seen.
“I know we’ve been busy,” he said. “but not like now.”
Prunty has been preparing hundreds of extra meals every single day for hundreds of migrants now arriving in Denver.
Those migrants, arriving from Central and South America, are often arriving with little more than the clothes on their backs.
“It’s a good feeling,” said Prunty, “because I know I’m helping…
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