Monroe CROP Hunger Walk takes place Sunday, Oct. 22


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  • The 21st consecutive Monroe CROP Hunger Walk takes place Sunday, Oct. 22.




  • Young people, as seen here at a previous walk, are frequent and ardent participants in the Monroe CROP Hunger Walk.




  • File photos provided by Fred Schuepfer The Monroe CROP Hunger Walk, scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 22, has been an important community fund raiser for the last 20 years.



MONROE — The 21st consecutive Monroe CROP Hunger Walk will be held on Sunday, Oct. 22, with registration at 2 p.m. at the Monroe United Methodist Church at 47 Maple Ave.

The 1.5 mile walk around the Millponds starts at 2:30 p.m.

"We raise money and awareness about hunger and invite groups and individuals to join with us in common cause to work on solving hunger, both worldwide and locally," said Monroe CROP Walk organizer Fred Schuepfer. "We walk because they walk - for food, water and shelter."

Twenty-five percent of the money raised at the walk will go to support the following local food pantries: Monroe Community Food Pantry, Monroe Presbyterian Food Pantry, Highland Mills Food Pantry, Washingtonville Food Pantry (Country Kids) and Chester Food Pantry.

This year, the Chester Kiwanis Club and the Monroe Woodbury Islamic Center also are participating.

Essential information• If you would like to sign up to Walk or to make a donation, visit www.crophungerwalk.org/monroeny.

• For more information, or to request a CROP Walk lawn sign, call 782-8386.


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