Boxing for hunger

Mike Elliot, center, of the duo of Mike and Mike from Kiss 94.5 FM radio fame helps Bangor High School students, Zoe Stefanic, left, and Eliza Estabrook, second from left, as they unload donated non-perishable food in the parking lot of the Bangor Mall on Tuesday, November 24, 2009. Mike Dow, far right, and volunteer Karol Worden assit with the loading of food into a truck. " Even if we match what we got last year, it still won't go as far as it did last year." said Mike Elliot, the demand is up 25-30 percent according to a New England report he added. Both Mike Dow and Mike Elliot will be collecting food or monetary donations to fight hunger until 6pm Wednesday night. (Bangor Daily News/Kevin Bennett)
Mike Elliot, center, of the duo of Mike and Mike from Kiss 94.5 FM radio fame helps Bangor High School students, Zoe Stefanic, left, and Eliza Estabrook, second from left, as they unload donated non-perishable food in the parking lot of the Bangor Mall on Tuesday, November 24, 2009. Mike Dow, far right, and volunteer Karol Worden assit with the loading of food into a truck. " Even if we match what we got last year, it still won't go as far as it did last year." said Mike Elliot, the demand is up 25-30 percent according to a New England report he added. Both Mike Dow and Mike Elliot will be collecting food or monetary donations to fight hunger until 6pm Wednesday night. (Bangor Daily News/Kevin Bennett)
Posted Nov. 24, 2009, at 9 p.m.

Mike Elliot (center) of the duo of Mike and Mike from Kiss 94.5 FM radio fame helps Bangor High School students, Zoe Stefanic (left) and Eliza Estabrook (second from left) as they unload donated nonperishable food in the parking lot of the Bangor Mall on Tuesday, November 24, 2009. Mike Dow, far right, and volunteer Karol Worden assist with the loading of food into a truck.” Even if we match what we got last year, it still won’t go as far as it did last year.” said Mike Elliot, the demand is up 25-30 percent according to a New England report he added. Both Mike Dow and Mike Elliot will be collecting food or monetary donations to fight hunger until 6 p.m. Wednesday night.

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