Confiscated Fish to Feed Needy Vets in New Bedford
May 2, 2014
SouthCoastToday.com: They were “beautiful fish.” One hundred pounds of fluke fillets — enough to make 250 meals — donated to the Veterans Transition House on Friday with a surprising but welcome knock at the door.
It was the Massachusetts Environmental Police donating fillets of fish the agency had confiscated earlier in the week.
“They just showed up with it, knocked at the door,” Veterans Transition House Chef Melissa Mann said. “They were beautiful fish, those flounder. They are very kind to come here.”
Read more about the confiscated fish that were donated to the Veterans Transition House in New Bedford.