Thanks from the CROP Walk

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On behalf of the steering committee of the Monroe CROP Hunger Walk, I would like to thank the following businesses and organizations who helped make Sunday’s Walk happen:

• The Bellvale Community

• Chester Kiwanis Club

• Fran’s Hallmark

• The Girl Scouts

• Local Synagogues and Churches

• McDonald’s

• Monroe Bagel Boys

• Monroe-Woodbury Ambulance Corps

• Monroe-Woodbury High School Interact Club

• The Photo News

• ShopRite

• Stop ‘n’ Shop

We all look forward to the day when hunger is eradicated. Until then, it feels good to work together towards that end.

If I left any groups out, my apologies.

Fred Schuepfer

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