Volunteer lifeline

Katie Bauer, who wanted to help in the current public health crisis, drops off groceries for two Bristol residents who are at high risk of contracting COVID-19.
The couple’s doctor connected Maryann and Keith Corkins with Bauer.
Bauer picks up a list, drops off the groceries outside their house and refuses any money for her trouble.
“Katie does a great job and has been a real hero to us,” Keith said.

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