The CROP Walk begins with a walk scheduled at the Logan Correctional
Center at 8:30 a.m. on Sept. 27. At the same time the Together for
Lincoln groups of local concerned citizens will band together on
projects requested within the community for repairs, yardwork and
other tasks. That Sunday evening, canned goods and other perishable
food items will be received in a truck parked outside the Earl C
Hargrove Chapel entrance at Lincoln Christian University as
worshippers gather for the community worship service following the
Together for Lincoln workday. These food items will be equally
distributed among all the food pantries in Lincoln.
The Logan County CROP Walk will be on Oct. 4, when pledges and
donations gathered by the walkers will be collected. The walk begins
at 1:30 p.m. at Kickapoo Creek. Twenty-five percent of donations
will stay in Logan County and be shared by Community Action and the
Lincoln/Logan Food Pantry.
Workers can still arrange to participate on Sept. 27 by calling
Dustin Fulton, 732-9294; and walkers are still welcome in the CROP
Walk by calling Tonita Reifsteck, 732-9796.
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