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Organizers and volunteers gearing up for annual Foothills CROP Walk Against Hunger Nov. 3

Published 9:56am Friday, October 4, 2013

Everyone is invited and everyone is welcome to participate in this community-wide effort.  Find a way to get involved that suits you:

Be a walker and ask others to support you with donations.

Support a walker in your organization by making a donation.

Donate directly by writing a check to CROP Walk and mailing it to Thermal Belt Outreach, P.O. Box 834, Columbus, NC 28722, or donate online at www.foothillscropwalk.org.

Be a sponsor – organizations, businesses, and churches cover administrative costs and get their names on this year’s CROP Walk T-shirt as well as advertisements that will be run in region press, by sending $100 to Thermal Belt Outreach, Memo: “CROP WALK “ by Oct. 11.

Be a helper – volunteer to collect donations and/or lend a hand on Nov. 3.

Spread the word on Facebook:  2013 Foothills CROP Walk Against Hunger

Encourage others to contribute online at www.foothillscropwalk.org.

Just show up – Come to Harmon Field Sunday Nov. 3 at 2 p.m., and join the celebration.

Contact Rev. Lance Smith, The Congregational Church of Tryon UCC at 828-859-9414.

-article submitted by David Riddle

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