PCHS senior art student designs 2011 Crop Walk logo

Published 3:33 pm Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Selma Frayne Neel, a senior at Polk County High School, has designed the 2011 Foothills CROP logo.

Neel and Jeff Thomas, Polk County High School art instructor, are shown with the 2011 logo that will grace the hundreds of T-shirts worn by walkers in the event. The Foothills CROP Walk is a gathering of individuals from all over the Thermal Belt to raise awareness of the problems of hunger here in the foothills, as well as the world. Hundreds will converge on Harmon Field the first weekend of November to walk in solidarity with those around the world who walk for the very basics of life, food, water and shelter. CROP Walks are the primary fund raising event for Church World Service, an ecumenical service group dedicated to making hunger obsolete. Businesses, clubs, schools, churches and caring folk make this annual event possible. For more information about Foothills Crop Walk, contact your local church group. For more information about Church World Service, visit http://www.churchworldservice.org/site/PageServer?pagename=crop_main. (photo submitted by Lance Smith)

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