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CROP HUNGER Walk - An Interfaith program to feed the hungry throughout the world

Original post made by Ken mano, Willow West, on May 30, 2014

Meet at Amador Valley High School at 9am, Sat, June 6, 2014 for a 2 mile walk down Main Street and back.

CROP is an acronym for the Christian Rural Overseas Program.
CROP Hunger Walks are interfaith hunger education and fundraising events. 25% of the Pleasanton Walk goes to Open Heart Kitchen, which feeds the needy and seniors in the Tri-Valley area.
To Register:
Go to:
Click on: Pleasanton
Click: Register / Join a Team
TEAMS already registered include:
. CCOP (Catholic Community of Pleasanton
. LDS (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
. Holy Cross Lutheran Church
. Apple Geniuses
. Team GI
JOIN ONE OF THESE TEAMS OR START YOUR OWN or for your congregation

Walk and donate... or just join in the fun and WALK for your Health


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