'It feels good to work together'

| 10 Nov 2019 | 07:07

On Sunday, the Monroe CROP Hunger Walk has so raised more than $4,600 which will go to fund hunger-fighting efforts in Orange County, the USA and worldwide.

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

Tony Cardone

The Girl Scouts

Monroe Volunteer Ambulance

Local synagogues and C=churches


Monroe Bagel Boys

The Photo News

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