Darline Johns, right, front, loads over 50 bags of groceries that second graders at Cary Christian School brought out for her food drive held at the school in Cary, NC on Sept. 20, 2012.   Johns started a backpack ministry over three years ago to feed children on free and reduced price school lunches who don't get enough to eat on weekends.
Darline Johns, right, front, loads over 50 bags of groceries that second graders at Cary Christian School brought out for her food drive held at the school in Cary, NC on Sept. 20, 2012. Johns started a backpack ministry over three years ago to feed children on free and reduced price school lunches who don't get enough to eat on weekends. cseward@newsobserver.com
Darline Johns, right, front, loads over 50 bags of groceries that second graders at Cary Christian School brought out for her food drive held at the school in Cary, NC on Sept. 20, 2012. Johns started a backpack ministry over three years ago to feed children on free and reduced price school lunches who don't get enough to eat on weekends. cseward@newsobserver.com

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