Duluth Huskies Game Takes on Childhood Hunger

Updated: 07/13/2014 10:49 PM
Created: 07/13/2014 10:10 PM

The Duluth Huskies game on Sunday night wasn't just about baseball. It was about fighting childhood hunger.

Sunday was Backpack Program Night at Wade. Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank teamed up with Thrivent Financial and Project Joy to offer games for kids outside the stadium.

For every bouncy house wristband sold, a dollar was donated to the Backpack Program, which provides nutritious and easy-to-make food for kids in need. The first 500 fans also got a free backpack.

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