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Payton II, Gary(12)
Feed the Kids - 6/17/13
June 17, 2013
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Members of the Milwaukee Bucks organization donated time for the annual Salvation Army Feed the Kids tip off held at Red Arrow Park in downtown Milwaukee.
Bango was a fan-favorite at Red Arrow Park for the annual Feed the Kids tip off event.
Bucks new head coach Larry Drew took time out of his busy schedule to lend a helping hand for the Feed the Kids event. Drew was joined by former Packers player, Leroy Butler.
The Salvation Army Feed the Kids program serves over 100,000 meals each summer through donations of food and supplies from individuals and corporations.
The meal assembly for the Feed the Kids program, which is in its 23rd year, is completely volunteer supported.
Bucks mascot Bango, along with members of the Bucks organization helped package 1,500 bag lunches for the Salvation Army Mobile Summer Lunch program.
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett was also on hand to assist in packaging lunches for the Salvation Army Mobile Summer Lunch program.
Bucks mascot Bango assists assembling lunches that will be distributed to neighborhoods, parks and street corners.
Bucks Executive Vice President of Business Operations, John Steinmiller, assists packaging lunches at the Feed the Kids tip off event held at Red Arrow Park.
Bucks head coach Larry Drew assists in carrying packaged nutritious lunches to be distributed to an average of 2,000 kids per day during the summer months.
The Salvation Army Feed the Kids program works together with other community agencies to address the causes of hunger and provide nutritious meals to hungry children who would otherwise go without.
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