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Church to host organizational meeting for walk Thursday

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A CROP Walk organizational meeting will be at 7 tonight in the parlor of Central Baptist Church, 321 N. Seventh.

This year's walk will take place Sunday, Oct. 28, at the Illinois Veterans Home. Registration begins at 1:30 p.m. at the pavilion, with step-off at 2 p.m.

Recruiter materials were delivered to each church that has participated before in the Adams County CROP Walk to End Hunger. Additional materials will be available at the meeting.

Volunteers are needed to help with site logistics, registration, the send-off program, and coordination of donations of water and fruit from local businesses.

Registration and donations are being accepted online at cropwalkonline.org/quincyil.

For more information about the CROP Walk, call the Rev. Ivan Greuter at 222-1310.

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