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Red Hatters Build Lantern of Food for Charity

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If you think Red Hat is just about Linux, then you're mistaken. Red Hat is quite active locally sponsoring various activities and educational programs trying to give back to the community which has embraced it so enthusiastically. Most recently Red Hat employees built a 10-foot lantern for charity during CANstruction, a local event held to benefit food banks.

Canstruction is a non-profit organization that hosts events to construct large structures made entirely out of cans of food. After all the pomp and circumstance, the cans are donated to local food banks to be distributed in emergency food programs.

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