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Volunteers pack school supplies for children in need

More than 90 children, teens and adult volunteers stuffed about 1,200 backpacks with school supplies for underprivileged children from the Five Towns during UJA-Federation of New York's eighth annual Long Island Tov B'Yachad Supplies for Success on Sunday, August 13, 2017, at HAFTR Middle School Gym in Lawrence.  (Credit: Newsday / Marcus Villagran)

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