Tuesday, October 19, 2010

30 Days to End Hunger

After seeing the great things done throughout the country during Hunger Action Month, Grow Food Grow Hope has dedicated 30 days from October to November the 30 Days to End Hunger.  We have a variety of events and volunteer opportunities for students and community members to take part in.

To see the full calendar of events click here.  Or check out the highlights below.

October 23rd: Make A Difference Day-Sugartree Ministries Verizon Beds 1-3pm 
Help winterize the garden beds so that they're ready for planting next spring!  

October 24th-30th: Eat Local Challenge Week
Eat Local!  Support the local economy and enter to win a great prize pack!  You can pick-up a score card at the Center for Service & Civic Engagement at Wilmington College, Swindler & Sons Florist, the Clinton County Visitors Bureau and Jen's Deli or click here to download on online.  For more information please see the Buy Local WC website.  

October 30th:1st Winter Farmers Market at Swindler & Sons Florist 9am-noon
Join us for the opening of our second winter market at Swindlers located at 321 W Locust Street Wilmington.

November 3rd: 30 Days: Minimum Wage video viewing and discussion 
in the Wilmington College Mason Center-7pm.
The 2005 documentary series 30 Days investigates life at minimum wage.

November 12th: Wallace & Gromit Movie Night 
in the Wilmington College McCoy Room 7pm
Join us for a fun night for the kids as we watch a fun movie and do activities.  

November 18th: Serve dinner at the Clinton County Homeless Shelter 
Give thanks to an organization that does so much for Clinton County with an early Thanksgiving celebration. 

If you have questions about any of the 30 Days to End Hunger events or wish to participate please contact Jessica Braun at the Center for Service & Civic Engagement at 937-382-6661 ext 306. 

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- Henry