One of several volunteers, chef Jim Iacovino, left,  worked for over two days to prepare dinner for Bonita Springs flood victims with food donated by two Naples Restaurants.  Volunteers from Collier Harvest  served the mealTuesday evening at the Red Cross Shelter.  The food served came from two restaurants, Capital Grill Restaurant and the Cheescake Factory thanks to a new state law that allows restaurants to donate food without the risk of being sued.  Michel Fortier/Staff

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One of several volunteers, chef Jim Iacovino, left, worked for over two days to prepare dinner for Bonita Springs flood victims with food donated by two Naples Restaurants. Volunteers from Collier Harvest served the mealTuesday evening at the Red Cross Shelter. The food served came from two restaurants, Capital Grill Restaurant and the Cheescake Factory thanks to a new state law that allows restaurants to donate food without the risk of being sued. Michel Fortier/Staff

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