The Mobile Grocery, a nonprofit working out of the Housing Authority of Bowling Green, is a bus that provides an avenue for low-income residents to purchase groceries. The bus will be renamed “Megan’s Mobile Grocery” to honor Megan Davidson, who passed away in July.
It was also announced that Oct 16, Megan’s birthday, will be known as Megan Davidson Day.
Megan was a driving force behind the mobile grocery as well as many other organizations and charities within Warren County.
The bus runs 5 days per week from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. daily and provides healthy and affordable food directly to neighborhoods and families.