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Chapel By The Sea packs meals for Stop Hunger Now: For the third year, Chapel by the Sea on Clearwater Beach partnered with Stop Hunger Now to pack more than 15,000 dehydrated nutritious meals for people in need. Stop Hunger Now is an international hunger relief organization that coordinates the distribution of aid to more than 65 nations. More than 60 community volunteers gathered at the Chapel to mix, fill and box the meals containing rice, soy protein, vitamins and minerals. Each bag contained six meals. The container of meals was delivered to families in Haiti. About $5,000 was raised to pay for the ingredients and the shipping.

Tarpon Springs Eagle Scout recognized for leadership and citizenship: Eagle Scout Logan Moleni, son of Sherry and David Wofford of Tarpon Springs, was presented with an Eagle Scout Certificate of Recognition from the Clearwater Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution. He was recognized for his leadership and citizenship. Moleni is a senior at East Lake High School, where he played two years of varsity football. After graduation, he wants to pursue a career in aerospace engineering. He is a member of Troop 85 in Palm Harbor.

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