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CROP WALK IN NORTH ADAMS, MASS., SUNDAY, OCT. 19, 2008

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1) Rev. Ed King, of St. John's Episcopal Church, (left), and Steve Green, of MCLA, (to King's right) look on as the CROP Walk gets organized. (All photos Mark E. Rondeau)
 
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3) With the First Baptist Church in the background, the walk gets underway.

 

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5) A group of CROP walkers head down Church Street in North Adams. In this international walk promoted by Church World Service, 75 percent of proceeds from the local walk went to international charities and 25 percent went to charities in North Adams, Adams and the town of Florida.

 

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7). Heading around a corner and down Blackinton Street near MCLA.

 

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Another photo of the aid station. There were two more along the two-mile route. It was a great day to go for a walk, and I'm glad I participated.

 

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2) Youth singers and musicians from St. John's Episcopal Church, Williamstown, perfomed before the walk.
 
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4) More walkers, in the shadows, head south down Church Street.

 

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6) Another view.

 

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8) Dwight Killam, a great musician and fine man, offered water and apples to walkers at the corner of Blackington and Ashland Streets.

 

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