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By Dan Rudy 

Local cafe helps feed kids across country


Dan Rudy/ Wrangell Sentinel

Katherine and James George helped raise $1,500 to combat child hunger, using half the sales of Zak's Cafe last week.

One Wrangell restaurant has been making an effort to help feed hungry children in addition to its diners.

Zak's Cafe owners Katherine George-Byrd and James George set aside half of their restaurant's profits last week for non-profit group Share Our Strength's No Kid Hungry campaign. The nationwide initiative seeks to connect underfed children with nutritious meals. The group works in a number of cities with partner organizations, including private citizens, businesses, schools and government agencies.

To raise awareness, it designated September "No Kid Hungry Month." Restaurants across the...

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