Margarita Jimenez feeds her two children, Leslie Sosa, 1, right and Daisy Sosa, 3, left on Wednesday at the charity Cafe of Life which regularly serve 150 people outside the Bonita Springs community center daily.  Many who benefit from the charity are children and mothers as well as the unemployed and homeless.  Cafe of Life continues to battle with the City of Bonita Springs in establishing a permanent location where they can regularly feed 150 people. The charity has been banned from using the community center building during times of bad weather. Michel Fortier/Staff

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Margarita Jimenez feeds her two children, Leslie Sosa, 1, right and Daisy Sosa, 3, left on Wednesday at the charity Cafe of Life which regularly serve 150 people outside the Bonita Springs community center daily. Many who benefit from the charity are children and mothers as well as the unemployed and homeless. Cafe of Life continues to battle with the City of Bonita Springs in establishing a permanent location where they can regularly feed 150 people. The charity has been banned from using the community center building during times of bad weather. Michel Fortier/Staff

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