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 Bismarck/Mandan CROP Hunger Walk

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Sunday, October 13, 2019 from 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM
Ending hunger one step at a time. The Bismarck/Mandan CROP Hunger Walk will take place Sunday, October 13th, at 12:30 pm at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 106 Osage Avenue in Bismarck. This is an opportunity for people of all ages to learn about hunger and make a change locally and globally. You are not required to pre-register. You are not required to fundraise. This year's CROP Walk is a great opportunity to come and learn more, to be inspired to help end hunger.

CROP stands for Communities Responding to Overcome Poverty. The purposes of the CROP Walk are to education people about hunger, locally and globally, and to raise money to help end hunger.

This is the 50th anniversary of the CROP Walk. In October 1969, a North Dakota Luther League state convention met in Bismarck under the theme, 'People Are Starving and We Say We Care.' One thousand youth and others took a ten mile hunger walk through the city of Bismarck and raised $25,000. Now, CROP Hunger Walks happen all across the country.

Donations are directed to four local charities that feed hungry people, as well as Church World Service, the organization that distributes money across the nation and across the world. This year's charities are Heaven's Helpers Soup Cafe, Bismarck Emergency Food Pantry, AID Inc., and Abused Adult Resource Center.

The CROP Walk is Sunday, October 13 at Good Shepherd Church (106 Osage Avenue). At 12:30 there will be an educational fair for kids and adults to learn about hunger locally and globally; there will also be music by former Burning Hills singers. Clark the Lark and Merifeather Lewis will be on hand for pictures. At 1:30, we will rally everyone together before heading out to walk (or wheel or wagon ride). The length of the walk is your choice; go as far as works for you. The full walk will take you around Tom O'Leary Golf Course. After you walk, join us back at Good Shepherd for build-your-own-sundaes.
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