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Food and toiletries are collected and put on (Credit: Andrew Kozak)

Food and toiletries are collected and put on a school bus at the Kings Park Stuff-A-Bus food collection for Kings Park families in need. (Nov. 17, 2012)

Kings Park Stuff-A-Bus event

Parked outside Key Food supermarket in Kings Park Saturday morning, a giant yellow school bus adorned a sign that read "Stuff-A-Bus Help Feed Kings Park Families In Need." The 25th annual food drive, sponsored by the King Park High School's varsity club, had to collect enough food to feed 90 local families this year.

The Kings Park School District held its 25th
(Credit: Andrew Kozak)

The Kings Park School District held its 25th annual Stuff-A-Bus food drive Saturday at the Key Food in Kings Park. (Nov. 17, 2012)

Kings Park School District students stand outside the
(Credit: Andrew Kozak)

Kings Park School District students stand outside the Key Food in Kings Park to hand out flyers for the Stuff-A-Bus food collection held by the Kings Park School District. The food collected will go to Kings Park families in need. (Nov. 17, 2012)

Food and toiletries are collected and put on
(Credit: Andrew Kozak)

Food and toiletries are collected and put on a school bus at the Kings Park Stuff-A-Bus food collection for Kings Park families in need. (Nov. 17, 2012)

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Members of Cub Scout Pack 75 help carry
(Credit: Andrew Kozak)

Members of Cub Scout Pack 75 help carry donations to the Kings Park Stuff-A-Bus food collection for Kings Park families in need. (Nov. 17, 2012)

Boxes donated by Plycon Transportation Group, a Long
(Credit: Andrew Kozak)

Boxes donated by Plycon Transportation Group, a Long Island-based moving company, are stacked ready to be sorted for the Stuff-A-Bus food collection. The food collected by the Kings Park School District will go to Kings Park families in need. (Nov. 17, 2012)

Cub Scout Pack 75 poses in front of
(Credit: Andrew Kozak)

Cub Scout Pack 75 poses in front of the bus used for the Kings Park Stuff-A-Bus food collection after dropping off a food donation weighing 371 pounds. The food collected by the Kings Park School District will go to Kings Park families in need. (Nov. 17, 2012)

Steven Giaca, 17, of Kings Park, (right) accepts
(Credit: Andrew Kozak)

Steven Giaca, 17, of Kings Park, (right) accepts donations for the Stuff-A-Bus food collection held by the Kings Park School District. The food collected will go to Kings Park families in need. (Nov. 17, 2012)

Donated food and toiletries are separated at the
(Credit: Andrew Kozak)

Donated food and toiletries are separated at the Kings Park School District's Stuff-A-Bus food collection. The food is sorted into boxes for Kings Park families in need. (Nov. 17, 2012)

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Donated food and toiletries are separated at the
(Credit: Andrew Kozak)

Donated food and toiletries are separated at the Kings Park School District's Stuff-A-Bus food collection. The food is sorted into boxes for Kings Park families in need. (Nov. 17, 2012)

A box at the Stuff-A-Bus food collection, held
(Credit: Andrew Kozak)

A box at the Stuff-A-Bus food collection, held by the Kings Park School District, is marked with a description of the family that will receive the food packed into it. The food collected will go to Kings Park families in need. (Nov.17, 2012)

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