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Legacy Academy offers holiday help for the needy

Posted: January 24, 2009 10:30 p.m.
Updated: January 25, 2009 4:55 a.m.

Sixth- and seventh-grade students from Legacy Christian Academy helped unload, stack, distribute and carry food for the Hunger Defense Fund during the recent holiday season.

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Legacy Christian Academy in Valencia was able to fulfill wishes for holiday dinners by collecting $3,190 which was enough money to purchase hams or turkeys for the 200+ families serviced by the Hunger Defense Fund.

Every year Legacy families sponsor families through the Santa Clarita Valley Resource Center and Hunger Defense Fund who might otherwise not have any presents under the tree or even have a tree.

In addition to the sponsored families, this year the Hunger Defense Fund was the happy recipient of the Christmas spirit with food and hands on help.

Legacy sixth- and seventh-graders helped unload, stack, distribute and carry food and good cheer along with the hams and turkeys to deserving families who have fallen on hard times.

Those who particpated were seventh-graders Tyler Piwowarczyk, Sierra Boliver, Kennedy Poirier, Connor Lovingfoss, Chris McCready, Haley Parish, Bradley Bolek and Michael Lange; and sixth-graders Cole Matthess, Logan Lovingfoss and Griffin Armendariz.

Legacy families also adopted three families from Hunger defense and nine families from the Santa Clarita Service Center.

In all, Academy families provided Christmas for more than 50 children.

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