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Re: “McKinleyville Natural Foods?

McKinleyville Central Market. I know it when it had a carpeted floor and was empty. I know it when it was a dream after a young man decided to stay after a beautiful college experience. When getting in a truck and driving hundreds of miles for shelving meant a day spent with open windows and Jerry Garcia on the radio. I know it when it was okay to get no sleep because the excitement of painting the next day outweighed the exhaustion.
When "we're getting our first order and the truck is huge" and I can't wait to unpack everything and I wished I was there. I know he loves his customers because I know each and everyone one of you from his stories. Evan and Megan are what McKinleyville need. They have a heart as big as the moon. How do I know this? I was the one who waved good-bye to a young man in 2003 packed up in a Smurf blue Chevy. And as he drove away to start a new life he said to me "Mom, I don't know where I am going but when I get there it will be home." McKinleyville is Evan & Megan's home. Please support.

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Posted by concerned on 07/26/2014 at 8:54 AM

Re: “McKinleyville Natural Foods?

Bravo Mr. Young for speaking your mind about the ethical road one might choose for their community. As a society, there are few who are led by a "moral compass."How one leads their life is sometimes demonstrated in business. My hope is that McKinleyville will be very aware of the mentality they are letting into their jewel of a community.

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Posted by concerned on 07/25/2014 at 7:42 PM

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