Student CROP Walk-ers raise funds for hurricane survivors

Young Indian Mountain School students, left, gave enthusiastic cheers, arriving in droves to support the CROP Walk participants. Photo by Alexander Wilburn

FALLS VILLAGE — A 34th anniversary might not seem like a particularly notable milestone, but this year’s Northwest Connecticut CROP Hunger Walk held a special feeling in the air, drawing an enormous crowd of students from numerous schools and parishioners from numerous churches on the front lawn of Housatonic Valley Regional High School. 

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