From left, James Kling, Kyle Terashima and Chris Kling use a shopping cart to bring food items into Wiley Elementary School in Raleigh. For his Eagle Scout project, James Kling, 14, is collecting donations of money and food to help feed Wiley students who come from low-income families.
From left, James Kling, Kyle Terashima and Chris Kling use a shopping cart to bring food items into Wiley Elementary School in Raleigh. For his Eagle Scout project, James Kling, 14, is collecting donations of money and food to help feed Wiley students who come from low-income families. Sarah Nagem snagem@newsobserver.com
From left, James Kling, Kyle Terashima and Chris Kling use a shopping cart to bring food items into Wiley Elementary School in Raleigh. For his Eagle Scout project, James Kling, 14, is collecting donations of money and food to help feed Wiley students who come from low-income families. Sarah Nagem snagem@newsobserver.com

Boy Scout collects food donations for students at Wiley Elementary School

May 20, 2016 11:28 AM

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