Walking to Feed the Hungry


Thursday, November 29th, 2012
Issue 48, Volume 16.


Walking to Feed the Hungry

Walking to Feed the Hungry - John Raifsnider photo. - Walkers have a chat along the route of the Fallbrook Food Pantry’s annual Thanksgiving Walk.
Walkers have a chat along the route of the Fallbrook Food Pantry’s annual Thanksgiving Walk.

Walking to Feed the Hungry - John Raifsnider photo. - Joggers, walkers, pets and even kids in strollers took part in the Fallbrook Food Pantry’s annual Thanksgiving Walk to Feed the Hungry on Nov. 17.
Joggers, walkers, pets and even kids in strollers took part in the Fallbrook Food Pantry’s annual Thanksgiving Walk to Feed the Hungry on Nov. 17.

Walking to Feed the Hungry - John Raifsnider photo. - Micha Kendall, 4, is excited to get going on the annual Thanksgiving Walk.
Micha Kendall, 4, is excited to get going on the annual Thanksgiving Walk.

Walking to Feed the Hungry - John Raifsnider photo. - One of several community groups taking part in the annual Fallbrook Food Pantry Thanksgiving Walk, these families from Zion Lutheran School pose for a group picture.
One of several community groups taking part in the annual Fallbrook Food Pantry Thanksgiving Walk, these families from Zion Lutheran School pose for a group picture.

Walking to Feed the Hungry - John Raifsnider photo. - Walkers of all ages set off from the Fallbrook Food Pantry for the annual Thanksgiving Walk Nov. 17.
Walkers of all ages set off from the Fallbrook Food Pantry for the annual Thanksgiving Walk Nov. 17.

Walking to Feed the Hungry - Courtesy photo. - Miss Teen Princess Shane Murphy and Miss Fallbrook Lexi Houk support the Fallbrook Food Pantry by participating in the Thanksgiving Walk to Feed the Hungry on Nov. 17.
Miss Teen Princess Shane Murphy and Miss Fallbrook Lexi Houk support the Fallbrook Food Pantry by participating in the Thanksgiving Walk to Feed the Hungry on Nov. 17.


 

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Comment Profile ImageThe Dude
Comment #1 | Friday, Nov 30, 2012 at 8:01 am
Maybe they can take down the nice laminated signs still hanging all over town.

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