A local business pays thousands of dollars to erase unpaid lunch debts for Northern Michigan students.

We get overwhelmed with bad news all of the time.  Especially during this pandemic and political nonsense.  To say we need good news like this would be the understatement of the century.

Kris and Grant Hoxie own an auto repair shop in the tiny Michigan town of Suttons Bay, just outside of Traverse City.  With Covid-19 putting a stop to local school programs that this couple love to support, they wanted to find another way to give back to their community.  They found the perfect way to do so according to WXYZ in Detroit,

To celebrate five years in business, the owners of Mr. Hoxie's Garage wrote a check for $2,033 to cover unpaid school lunch debts...

Taking their generosity and passion to help local schools to the next level Kris Hoxie isn't done.  She told WXYZ that she has encouraged other local business owners to make a 5-year pledge to the school lunch program.

Many experts have said fixing the complicated problems around education, crime and health begin with hunger.

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