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Grayslake Central High School students load up a truck with food to go to a food pantry. | Michael Schmidt~Sun-Times Media
Katie Jakubowski a freshman loads up with some boxes of food to be put in baskets to be delivered to area homes at Grayslake Central High School. Students from the school and members of the Grayslake Lions Club got together for their Christmas Basket Delivery Day.
Katie Jakubowski (left) and Courtney Haug grab some boxes of food to be delivered. | Michael Schmidt~Sun-Times Media
Richard Walters (center) and his wife Marilynn (right) deliver food to Danny Cruz, 15, and his mother Marina (inside) at their home in Hainesville. | Michael Schmidt~Sun-Times Media
Grayslake Lion's Club member Steve Schroeder of Grayslake delivers food to an apartment on Glen Street in Grayslake.
Grayslake Lion's Club member Steve Townsend (front) and Steve Schroeder of Grayslake deliver food to an apartment on Glen Street in Grayslake. | Michael Schmidt~Sun-Times Media
Courtney Haug a freshman stacks some granola bars at the school. | Michael Schmidt~Sun-Times Media
Bags of donated food to be delivered. | Michael Schmidt~Sun-Times Media
Marilynn and Richard Walters of Mundelein deliver food to a home in Hainesville. Richard has been a Grayslake Lions Club for 25 years and Marilynn for 13 years. | Michael Schmidt~Sun-Times Media
Grayslake Central High School students worked alongside Grayslake Lions Club members on Saturday to pack and deliver food baskets to more than 170 families. Turkeys were the stars of the baskets, which were joined by a chorus of potatoes, apples, and milk. Accompanied were boxes …