Athens, Ga. chef and restaurant owner Hugh Acheson closed his restaurants during the pandemic. He and his teams are now delivering thousands of meals a week to first responders.
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Athens, Ga. chef and restaurant owner Hugh Acheson closed his restaurants during the pandemic. He and his teams are now delivering thousands of meals a week to first responders.

All Things Considered on Georgia Public Broadcasting is bringing you audio postcards sent by people reflecting on how the coronavirus pandemic is impacting their lives. We've heard from actors, activists, and CEOs.

From the safety of their homes where they're sheltering in place, they're recording themselves on their phones or computers and emailing the audio to host Rickey Bevington.

Athens Chef Hugh Acheson, who closed his restaurants 5&10, Empire State South and By George, sends this postcard about why he's finding a way to feed thousands of hungry Georgians.  

Athens, Georgia, chef and restaurant owner Hugh Acheson reflects on his work feeding thousands of first responders and underserved communities during the coronavirus pandemic.

Click the links below to hear more All Things Considered audio postcards of Georgians reflecting on their experience during the coronavirus pandemic.