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Hungry By the Numbers 

SAN LEANDRO -- Hungry families get food at a food distribution at Davis Street Family Resource Center in San Leandro. Many people have jobs but don't make enough money to buy food or pay rent. Volunteers put food in bags, and then hand the bags to people in line. Some bulk food, such as carrots or mushrooms, is in boxes on tables, and families can help themselves. Outside the center, a public health education intern from the Alameda County Food Bank passes out educational material on healthy eating, and invites families to share a potato salad she made for the event. Pictured: Beverly Cherkoff

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