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Crop Walk Saturday in Kerrville
Wednesday, February 23, 2011 • Posted February 23, 2011

Even if you’ve not signed up to walk in the CROP Walk this coming Saturday in Kerrville, you can still join our Mason area walkers! It will be a day of fun and fellowship for a great cause – HUNGER throughout the world. And, 25% of what we raise will go to our own Mason Food Bank! Several Mason area churches have joined together to promote the CROP Hunger Walk including First United Methodist, Hilda UMC, Art UMC, and Trinity UMC (in Castell). If you would like to walk or donate, you can contact one of our local recruiters:

Cindy Kothmann 347-7447(after 4 p.m.) or Fran Hoerster 347-1207 – First UMC

Tyra Jordan 347-5217 - Art UMC

Shirley Davis 325-247-1670 - Trinity UMC

Jan Appleby 347-6583(after 6 p.m.) or Mal/Carolyn Hierholzer 830-708-6605 - Hilda UMC

The CROP Hunger Walks have been sponsored by Church World Service since WWII and works in over eighty countries to provide emergency food aid and long-term development assistance. They also provide disaster relief wherever needed.



9:30 A.M. REGISTRATION @ the Kathleen Cailloux Activity Center (courtyard)

10:00 A.M. WALK BEGINS (it is a total of about 2-3 miles, but you do not need to walk the whole distance

12:30 A.M Symbolic Meal of beans and rice (the meal of most of the third world) @ the home of Kay Hudler, 1910 Saddlewood Blvd.

2:45 P.M. Tour of the new UMCOR Disaster Response Center at Mt. Wesley

If you are not able to participate in the Walk but would like to tour the Disaster Response Center, please to not hesitate to come for this tour. In the past, the nearest UMCOR Disaster Response Center was in Louisiana, so it is great to have one much nearer to us! Our local Methodist churches, over the years, have provided many disaster relief kits, such as health kits and layette kits, to UMCOR.

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