Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive

Posted May 09, 2010, at 9:53 p.m.
Nine-year-old Brandon Adams (center), a Bear Cub Scout with Bangor Cub Scout Pack 6, and Jacob DuBose (right), 12, helped unload mail bins filled with donated food items into the United Postal Service's Eastern Maine Processing & Distribution Facility in Hampden Saturday, May 8, 2010. Helping them (in background on left) was Isaac Mann, director of Seeds of Hope Food Pantry in Bangor as well as other volunteers. By the end of the day the food was ditributed to area food banks, pantries and shelters. The annual &quotStamp Out Hunger" food drive, purported to be the nation's largest one-day food drive, is organized by the National Association of Letter Carriers.   BANGOR DAILY NEWS PHOTO BY JOHN CLARKE RUSS
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Nine-year-old Brandon Adams (center), a Bear Cub Scout with Bangor Cub Scout Pack 6, and Jacob DuBose (right), 12, helped unload mail bins filled with donated food items into the United Postal Service's Eastern Maine Processing & Distribution Facility in Hampden Saturday, May 8, 2010. Helping them (in background on left) was Isaac Mann, director of Seeds of Hope Food Pantry in Bangor as well as other volunteers. By the end of the day the food was ditributed to area food banks, pantries and shelters. The annual "Stamp Out Hunger" food drive, purported to be the nation's largest one-day food drive, is organized by the National Association of Letter Carriers. BANGOR DAILY NEWS PHOTO BY JOHN CLARKE RUSS
Volunteers Jean Adams (left) of Bangor, a den leader for Bangor Cub Scout Pack 6 and Dorothea Munson of Glenburn, a food manager for Samaritan, Inc.,  helped organize donated food items in mail bins at the United Postal Service's Eastern Maine Processing & Distribution Facility in Hampden Saturday, May 8, 2010. By the end of the day, the food was distributed to area food banks, pantries and shelters. The annual &quotStamp Out Hunger" food drive, purported to be the nation's largest one-day food drive, is organized by the National Association of Letter Carriers.  BANGOR DAILY NEWS PHOTO BY JOHN CLARKE RUSS
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Volunteers Jean Adams (left) of Bangor, a den leader for Bangor Cub Scout Pack 6 and Dorothea Munson of Glenburn, a food manager for Samaritan, Inc., helped organize donated food items in mail bins at the United Postal Service's Eastern Maine Processing & Distribution Facility in Hampden Saturday, May 8, 2010. By the end of the day, the food was distributed to area food banks, pantries and shelters. The annual "Stamp Out Hunger" food drive, purported to be the nation's largest one-day food drive, is organized by the National Association of Letter Carriers. BANGOR DAILY NEWS PHOTO BY JOHN CLARKE RUSS
Cassandra Girardin, left, of Penobscot Job Corps Center helped  Jacob DuBose (right), 12, of Carmel and other volunteers bring a delivery of donated food items into the United Postal Service's Eastern Maine Processing & Distribution Facility in Hampden Saturday, May 8, 2010. By the end of the day the food was distributed to area food banks, pantries and shelters. The annual &quotStamp Out Hunger" food drive, purported to be the nation's largest one-day food drive, is organized by the National Association of Letter Carriers.   BANGOR DAILY NEWS PHOTO BY JOHN CLARKE RUSS
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Cassandra Girardin, left, of Penobscot Job Corps Center helped Jacob DuBose (right), 12, of Carmel and other volunteers bring a delivery of donated food items into the United Postal Service's Eastern Maine Processing & Distribution Facility in Hampden Saturday, May 8, 2010. By the end of the day the food was distributed to area food banks, pantries and shelters. The annual "Stamp Out Hunger" food drive, purported to be the nation's largest one-day food drive, is organized by the National Association of Letter Carriers. BANGOR DAILY NEWS PHOTO BY JOHN CLARKE RUSS

Nine-year-old Brandon Adams (center), a Bear Cub Scout with Bangor Cub Scout Pack 6, and Jacob DuBose (right), 12, unload mail bins filled with donated food items into the United Postal Service’s Eastern Maine Processing and Distribution Facility in Hampden on Saturday. Helping them is (back, left) Isaac Mann, director of Seeds of Hope Food Pantry in Bangor, and other volunteers. By the end of the day the food was distributed to area food banks, pantries and shelters. The annual Stamp Out Hunger food drive, said to be the nation’s largest one-day food drive, is organized by the National Association of Letter Carriers.

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