Camp Zama volunteers feed hundreds of homeless in Yokohama
Photo Credit: Dustin Perry, U.S. Army Garrison Japan Public Affairs
More than 200 homeless people in Yokohama, Japan, wait in line near the Kannai train station, July 7, 2013, to be given rice balls, curry, fried Japanese noodles known as "yakisoba," and miso soup. The food is prepared weekly by volunteers from various Masonic lodges -- including Camp Zama's Touchon Lodge 106 -- and churches, and handed out as part of the "Sunday Curry Patrol."
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