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The Antelope Valley Transit Authority worked with the Teamsters Union, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and Los Angeles Regional Food Bank to distribute food to families on Saturday at the agency’s headquarters. According to AVTA CEO Macy Neshati, over 2,000 grocery packages were provided to families throughout the Antelope Valley. The boxes included 20 pounds of meat, vegetables, cheese and 20 pounds of canned goods. “It was just an amazing time,” AVTA Board Chairman Marvin Crist said. He joined Neshati, Director Michelle Flanagan and hundreds of volunteers to help pass out the food in the drive-thru event. “It was well organized, no one got out the cars,” Crist said.

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