CROP walk

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Fighting hunger one step at a time!

Every year in October our church participates in the annual CROP WALK, sponsored by Church World Service. People of all ages invite their friends and neighbors to sponsor them for the walk and the money collected is distributed where it is needed to fight hunger in our local community and around the world.  Yesterday was a beautiful fall day, but whatever the weather, sun, wind, rain, or freezing cold, the walkers gather to walk through our downtown streets on Sunday afternoon to raise awareness that hunger is still a very real problem in our world, one that should concern each one of us. Here are a few pictures from this year’s walk.

Thanks for visiting today. See you soon.
Trail Walker

Transformation: October 22, 2015

The sky was gray, and I needed a hooded jacket to keep off the showers, but the trees in the Arboretum more than made up for the gloomy weather. Since my visit last week, there has been an amazing transformation. I am going to let the pictures speak for themselves, so let’s go trail walking, friends, and enjoy the amazing views the Arboretum has to offer.

Come on, Trailwalkers, let’s climb the Emergent Tower next. We will get a wide-angle view of the transformation from the top of the Tower:

There was a crowd on the Tower today, but it wasn’t huge, so we had time to linger at the top. I hope you enjoyed the view, and I would love to hear your comments.

Thanks for joining me today. The Arboretum is one of my favorite places.

I love sharing it with you!
Trail Walker

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