Dublin 4-H’ers and friends spent their Saturday, April 27th, packing emergency food packets for victims of disasters. Kids Against Hunger of Pleasanton, was organized in 2010, after the earthquake in Haiti, and has also packed for Philippines, USA, India and Somalia. This past year they packed 2-1/2 million food packets, and each packet feeds 6 people. The 4-H group was divided into teams, and each team packed a measure of soy, mixed vegetables, vitamin powder, and rice into a plastic bag, and monitored for quality control. A sample of the cooked mixture was even given to the group to assure them that it does taste good. The Pleasanton center on Quarry Lane is one of many KAH centers across the United States and Canada that helps feed hungry people in 70 nations round the world. In Pleasanton, youth and adult groups sign up to pack the food and pay $20 per person which pays for the supplies. The 4-H group worked 1-1/2 hours and packed over 700 packs of food.