On a recent Saturday morning, a dozen people crowded a small apartment in central Vancouver, Washington. They were filling up on bacon and eggs before a day of canvassing the neighborhood.
“We got toast, we got orange juice,” Don Orange said.
In his kitchen, a stack of dirty dishes started to pile up in the sink.
“I was a short order cook when I was in high school. So, this is actually fun for me,” Orange added. “But I don’t know about the cleanup.”