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More than $32,529 from the former Cannon Beach Food Systems, which has disbanded, will go to buy food for the Food 4 Kids program in Seaside. Gathered to celebrate the donation are members from both the Cannon Beach and Seaside groups. The Cannon Beach Food Systems once was a 501 (c) (3) organization that administered the Cannon Beach Backpack program, which donated food to low income children on weekends and holidays. The backpack program was discontinued when Cannon Beach Elementary School was closed in June 2013. Food 4 Kids, which now serves youngsters from both Cannon Beach and Seaside, started three years ago through a grant from the Cannon Beach program. Pictured are, back row, from left: Jim Casterline, Carole Whitlock, Bill Bennett, Martha Bennett, Linda Beck-Sweeney, Judine Brooks, Lianne Thompson, Carol Ertwine, Sharon Clyde, Karen Hoyt, Al Peinhardt, Brandy Cook, Marty Schwab Harris and Liz Freer. Front row, from left: Maureen Casterline; Coral Cook; Rosemary Kemper-Riddock.

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