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August 15, 2014 5:15 PM

Feed Northland Kids tries to make sure hunger doesn’t interfere with learning

On Fridays, BackSnacks go home with nearly 3,000 students in 60 elementary schools in Clay and Platte counties, thanks to Feed Northland Kids and Harvesters.

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