Students, parents and staff from Hyman Brand Hebrew Academy in Overland Park filled BackSnacks during a Martin Luther King Jr. service day last year at Harvesters. One item that always seemed to be running low was peaches. Wendy Snitz dumped another case of canned peaches over the top of Noa Levine, 9, as bag after bag went down the line.
Students, parents and staff from Hyman Brand Hebrew Academy in Overland Park filled BackSnacks during a Martin Luther King Jr. service day last year at Harvesters. One item that always seemed to be running low was peaches. Wendy Snitz dumped another case of canned peaches over the top of Noa Levine, 9, as bag after bag went down the line. File photo by Keith Myers kmyers@kcstar.com
Students, parents and staff from Hyman Brand Hebrew Academy in Overland Park filled BackSnacks during a Martin Luther King Jr. service day last year at Harvesters. One item that always seemed to be running low was peaches. Wendy Snitz dumped another case of canned peaches over the top of Noa Levine, 9, as bag after bag went down the line. File photo by Keith Myers kmyers@kcstar.com

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