Pathfinders hiking for hunger in Comox on March 16

This year the 1st Komux Pathfinders will co-ordinate the fourth annual Hike for Hunger in Comox.

This year the 1st Komux Pathfinders will co-ordinate the fourth annual Hike for Hunger in Comox.

It will occur Saturday, March 16 from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The 1st Komux Guides, 1st Komux Sparks, 1st Comox Valley Rangers and 7th Komux Brownies will assist the Pathfinders in going door-to-door for the collection of food for the Comox Valley Food Bank.

Most needed items include: macaroni and cheese or pasta and sauce; canned fish or meat; peanut butter; powdered milk; infant formula and baby food; breakfast cereal; canned soups and stews; canned fruits or vegetables and other delicious non-perishables.

If you would like to make a donation and girls do not come to your door, you can drop of a non-perishable food item as the Comox Fire Hall.

Should you have any questions about this event, contact Debbie Wright at 250-334-3569 or kwright5@shaw.ca.

—1st Komux Pathfinders

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