CROPWALK raises about $30,000

More than 300 people participated in Sunday’s 25th annual CROPWALK on the Cedar River Trail to raise money for the fight against hunger locally and worldwide.

  • Monday, May 5, 2008 6:37pm
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About 300 people participated in the 25th annual CROPWALK Sunday on the Cedar River Trail.

More than 300 people participated in Sunday’s 25th annual CROPWALK on the Cedar River Trail to raise money for the fight against hunger locally and worldwide.

Sharon Kenyon, the event coordinator, estimates that the walk will raise close to the goal of about $30,000.

“We have now gone over $400,000 in total funds raised, with more than $100,000 being given to local food agencies in Renton,” she said.


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