Chicagoans send 100,000 meals to Puerto Rico hurricane victims

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CHICAGO -- Chicagoans teamed up to pack and deliver 100,000 meals to people in hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico.

Employees of American Airlines and Hyatt Hotels volunteered their time Thursday to box up meals at O'Hare Airport.

American Airlines teamed up with Feed My Starving Children to provide MannaPack meals to victims.

A town hall meeting was scheduled for Wednesday evening at Casa Puertorriquena in Humboldt Park where President Donald Trump's recent comments about the island are more than likely going to be addressed.


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