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Students, volunteers pack meals for kids in Haiti

Katie Ralph, 4, of Glencove, helped her mother

Katie Ralph, 4, of Glencove, helped her mother pack meals for children in need during the Long Island Lutheran Middle and High School's meal packing event in Brookville. (April 28, 2012) Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Students from Long Island Lutheran Middle and High School joined members of the local community to package 300,000 meals for children in Haiti.

Kirsten Figlo, 10, of Northport, (left) and Quinn
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Kirsten Figlo, 10, of Northport, (left) and Quinn Broggy, 7, of Syosett, packs meals for children in need during Long Island Lutheran Middle and High School's meal packing event in Brookville. (April 28, 2012)

Plainview sisters Nicole Tollefsen, 10, right, and Alyssa,
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Plainview sisters Nicole Tollefsen, 10, right, and Alyssa, 11, pack meals for children in need during the Long Island Lutheran Middle and High School's meal-packing event in Brookville. (April 28, 2012)

More than 600 students, along with community members,
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

More than 600 students, along with community members, spent Thursday through Saturday packaging meals during Long Island Lutheran Middle and High School's event for children in Haiti and on Long Island. Their goal is to package 300,000 meals. (April 28, 2012)

Long Island Lutheran Middle and High School senior
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Long Island Lutheran Middle and High School senior Matt Sanders, 18, of Garden City, helped pack meals during the Long Island Lutheran Middle and High School's meal packing event in Brookville. (April 28, 2012)

More than 600 students, along with community members,
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

More than 600 students, along with community members, spent Thursday through Saturday packaging meals for children in need during the Long Island Lutheran Middle and High School's meal packing event in Brookville. (April 28, 2012)

More than 600 students, along with community members,
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

More than 600 students, along with community members, spent Thursday through Saturday packaging meals for children in need during the Long Island Lutheran Middle and High School's meal packing event in Brookville. Their goal is package 300,000 meals. (April 28, 2012)

Katie Ralph, 4, of Glencove, helped her mother
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Katie Ralph, 4, of Glencove, helped her mother pack meals for children in need during the Long Island Lutheran Middle and High School's meal packing event in Brookville. (April 28, 2012)

Quinn Broggy, 7, of Syosett, helps pack meals
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Quinn Broggy, 7, of Syosett, helps pack meals for children in need during the Long Island Lutheran High School's meal packing event in Brookville. (April 28, 2012)

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