Sara Gilbert, of Apex, left, and Benjamin Roark package food Saturday at the Stop Hunger Now relief event in Raleigh. Gilbert volunteered at the event to mark her 50th birthday and help the relief agency.
Sara Gilbert, of Apex, left, and Benjamin Roark package food Saturday at the Stop Hunger Now relief event in Raleigh. Gilbert volunteered at the event to mark her 50th birthday and help the relief agency. Anne Blythe ablythe@newsobserver.com
Sara Gilbert, of Apex, left, and Benjamin Roark package food Saturday at the Stop Hunger Now relief event in Raleigh. Gilbert volunteered at the event to mark her 50th birthday and help the relief agency. Anne Blythe ablythe@newsobserver.com

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