Nine-month-old Gabrielle Asbury clings to her grandmother, Ronda Hubbard, who sat next to Gabrielle’s mother, Anne Wood, during a visit to the Sumner County Health Department in Wellington in 2013 to visit with a WIC program dietitian.
Nine-month-old Gabrielle Asbury clings to her grandmother, Ronda Hubbard, who sat next to Gabrielle’s mother, Anne Wood, during a visit to the Sumner County Health Department in Wellington in 2013 to visit with a WIC program dietitian. David Pulliam File photo
Nine-month-old Gabrielle Asbury clings to her grandmother, Ronda Hubbard, who sat next to Gabrielle’s mother, Anne Wood, during a visit to the Sumner County Health Department in Wellington in 2013 to visit with a WIC program dietitian. David Pulliam File photo

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