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THe 29th annual SCAN Brown Bag Luncheon, Wednesday.

Watch SCAN volunteers and staff from Casa Ristoranti Italiano prepare 2900 pasta and salad lunches at the Masonic Temple, raising more than $27,000 for SCAN.

SCAN brown-bag lunches raise $27,000

Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette
More than 120 volunteers pack salad, pasta and meatballs Wednesday for 2,900 lunches to go at the 29th annual Brown Bag Lunch fundraiser benefiting SCAN at the Masonic Temple. Britny Berndt of SCAN said the organization raised more than $27,000.

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