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Feed the Children program delivers by the truckload

Volunteers carry food boxes distributed to local families Wednesday through the international Feed the Children program. A truckload of food was delivered to the South Kitsap School District food service center on Madrona Drive, and the 400 recipient families selected from all SKSD schools picked up food boxes there. Volunteers from the school district, South Kitsap Fire & Rescue and the Port Orchard Police Department helped in the distribution. Delilah Rene (left), the nationally known radio personality who lives in Port Orchard, recently signed on as a spokeswoman for Feed the Children and stopped by Wednesday during the distribution. - Tim Kelly/Port Orchard Independent
Volunteers carry food boxes distributed to local families Wednesday through the international Feed the Children program. A truckload of food was delivered to the South Kitsap School District food service center on Madrona Drive, and the 400 recipient families selected from all SKSD schools picked up food boxes there. Volunteers from the school district, South Kitsap Fire & Rescue and the Port Orchard Police Department helped in the distribution. Delilah Rene (left), the nationally known radio personality who lives in Port Orchard, recently signed on as a spokeswoman for Feed the Children and stopped by Wednesday during the distribution.
— image credit: Tim Kelly/Port Orchard Independent

Volunteers carry food boxes distributed to local families Wednesday through the international Feed the Children program. A truckload of food was delivered to the South Kitsap School District food service center on Madrona Drive, and the 400 recipient families selected from all SKSD schools picked up food boxes there. Volunteers from the school district, South Kitsap Fire & Rescue and the Port Orchard Police Department helped in the distribution.

Delilah Rene (left), the nationally known radio personality who lives in Port Orchard, recently signed on as a spokeswoman for Feed the Children and stopped by Wednesday during the distribution.

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