Anonymous Maryland mom gives free food during pandemic

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — An anonymous Maryland mom has been leaving free bagged lunches outside a traffic stop north of Annapolis everyday during the coronavirus pandemic.

The Capital-Gazette reports a sign by the lunches in Severna Park says the food is made in a sanitized kitchen for anyone who needs it.

A resident who has been taking food for her children from the traffic stop says it’s good to see people stepping up and helping others.

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