Wes Kentch, the president of the Whatcom County Cattlemen's Association, and his wife Louise Kentch, center, hand out frozen bottom round roasts to people in need Wednesday afternoon, April 3, 2013 at the Bellingham Food Bank. About 1,000 pounds of beef was handed out in the second year of the program, put on by Haggen, Beef Counts and Food Lifeline.
Wes Kentch, the president of the Whatcom County Cattlemen's Association, and his wife Louise Kentch, center, hand out frozen bottom round roasts to people in need Wednesday afternoon, April 3, 2013 at the Bellingham Food Bank. About 1,000 pounds of beef was handed out in the second year of the program, put on by Haggen, Beef Counts and Food Lifeline. The Bellingham Herald
Wes Kentch, the president of the Whatcom County Cattlemen's Association, and his wife Louise Kentch, center, hand out frozen bottom round roasts to people in need Wednesday afternoon, April 3, 2013 at the Bellingham Food Bank. About 1,000 pounds of beef was handed out in the second year of the program, put on by Haggen, Beef Counts and Food Lifeline. The Bellingham Herald

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