WAHOO, Neb. — It was the worms that David Ruder bought day after day at the Super C in Ceresco that caught the eyes of Gary Swanson and his friends, a group of about a half-dozen retirees who meet at the convenience store for coffee most mornings.
“We questioned him,” said Swanson, who lives in Ceresco. “And he told us these special stories.”
The stories Ruder told the group were about Live Well, Go Fish, the nonprofit group he founded in 2016.