5 Decades of Walking to End Hunger

5 Decades of Walking to End Hunger

Monday, October 29, 2018

Shout Out to the People that Kept our CROP Walkers Safe

Hundreds of CROP Hunger Walkers braved the chilly autumn day to walk to end hunger. We thank the Garden State Amateur Radio Association. Under the leadership of Tom Cosgrove, the GSARA has been volunteering for several decades to keep our walkers safe. Tom coordinates with Fire Police, crossing guards and volunteer route monitors and the tired walker van provided by the Red Bank Senior Center. The crowd of walkers starts out at Red Bank Regional and fills the street along Cambridge, Harvard, and Harrison. As runners and walkers spread out they move onto the sidewalks where volunteers provide direction as walkers cross intersections throughout the five miles through Little Silver, Fair Haven, and Red Bank. 

If you missed the day because of the weather, please remember that donations remain open through December 31st.  
Donations may also be mailed to PO BOX 8022 Red Bank, NJ 07701

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