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Walk for Warmth

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9&10 News Helping Hands and Farm Bureau Insurance, Michigan's Insurance Company, are happy to support local Walk for Warmth events during the month of February. Each year warm-hearted volunteers walk to help their less fortunate neighbors keep warm this winter by raising money to help pay for heating and other household emergencies. You can help spread the warmth by joining in the Walk for Warmth near you.

 Chippewa County Walk for Warmth

Saturday, February 11

Registration is at 9am

Walk begins at 10am at the Avery Square Atrium

 For more information call 906-632-3363

Cheboygan County Walk for Warmth

Saturday, February 18

Registration is at 9am

Walk begins at 10am at the Cheboygan Youth Center

For more information visit the link above.

FiveCAP Walk for Warmth

Saturday, February 25

Registration is at 9:30am

Walk begins at 10:00am at the following locations

-Lake County: St. Ann's Meal Site in Baldwin

-Manistee County: FiveCAP Office in Manistee

-Mason County: Community Church in Ludington

-Newaygo County: Commission on Aging in White Cloud

 For more information call 231 757-3785

 Mid Michigan Community Action Agency's Walk for Warmth

Saturday, February 25

Registration is at 9am

Walk begins at 10am at the following locations

-Bay County: Messiah Lutheran Church in Bay City

-Clare County: Clare Primary School

-Gladwin County: First Presbyterian Church in Beaverton

-Mecosta County: Crossroads Charter Academy in Big Rapids

-Midland County: Trinity Lutheran Church in Midland

-Osceola County: Reed City High School

For more information visit the link above.

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