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Locals helping to feed people around the globe and at home


October 14, 2020

Yvonne Miller

ENDING HUNGER ONE STEP AT A TIME – This group in Kiowa did the CROP Hunger Walk in Kiowa Sunday: kids in front (from left) Callen Corr, Hayden Hutson, Garin Cantrell, Grady Hutson; (second row) Brenda Myers with her dog Roxie, Deb Helfrich, Jane Thompson, Mary Ann Gillig, Yvonne Harbaugh, Belinda Hitchcock, Erica Hudson, Fiona Walz, Trilbey Dorsey, Jenny Cantrell; (back row) Carra Mayberry, Judy Schrock, Max McGee, Mike Mayberry, Ann Walz, Amanda Corr, Heather Blick, Kim Lyons, Grace Cantrell, Arrington Allen and Nora Gugelmeyer.

Walk. Donate. Help hungry people around the globe and in your hometown.

The unique thing about CROP Hunger Walks is the money raised doesn't just purchase food for the hungry. The global mission of Church World Service (CWS), CROP Walks help people in third-world countries learn how to feed themselves by raising animals, planting crops and garden, etc.

On a windy, warm October Sunday, 27 Kiowans and Brenda Myers beloved dog Roxie, made the 2.3 miles walk, passing by all seven churches in town. The group raised over $1,100 by Sunday. They hope to raise more. You can still give by contacting...

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