5 Decades of Walking to End Hunger

5 Decades of Walking to End Hunger

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

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Our hope is to "Change the World" and "END Hunger!" You can help us to do this by bringing the kids and teaching your children the value of caring for your neighbors. It starts right here at home with a short sunday stroll to Eastside Park. The kids will enjoy meeting our characters during registration from 1:00 to 2:00. Start a tradition and be sure to get stop by the PHOTO OP for a group photo taken by the Red Bank Regional HS Key Club. 

This year our Chubby Penguin Parties will be bringing Elsa and Anna from the movie Frozen.  The kids will have fun meeting them during registration. At the park you can stop have a swing, play for a bit then head back to school for ice cream donated by Super Foodtown and apples donated by Sickels Market and Delicious Orchards.

 If you want to walk further than Eastside Park follow the crowd and if needed you can ask for a ride back to the high school at any water stop. Rides are provided by the Red Bank Senior Center. Pictured below is Wilhelmina Vaughn, administrative assistant at the Senior Center. 

We are grateful to the Borough of Red Bank and driver Lester Colquitte for his time and donation of service to our walk. We all work together to be sure that our walk is open and comfortable for all ages.

We'll be looking for you on Sunday, October 19th. at Red Bank Regional High School. We'll be there cheering you on as you walk to end hunger in our world!

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