Ilion Community Church set up two bounce houses in Central Plaza to collect cereal donations for the food pantry to help local kids in need. Organizers say there are so many kids in the area who can't afford to eat breakfast.
The bounce houses were free to use, but people were encouraged to bring a box of cereal to donate to Ilion's food pantry.
This is the church's second year holding the event.
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