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Doughy Dog food truck rolls on despite bumps in the road

Doughy Dog food truck rolls on despite bumps in the road

There’s always something happening on The Doughy Dog. A $700 copper power cord was stolen in May. Then it was out of service in June for maintenance. And a refrigerator and freezer unit were ruined from only running off a generator. But the food truck rolls on, specializing in hot dogs, pit beef sandwiches, breakfast plates and hope for men and women seeking to turn their lives around. The Doughy Dog is a 12-week work program run by the Arundel House of Hope in Glen Burnie that employs people who once lived on the street or are recovering from substance abuse. Arundel House of Hope reinvests its profit in skills training, housing and other supportive services for those workers....

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