Montgomery Area Food Bank plans new events for Sept. & Oct. | Community Spirit
Montgomery Area Food Bank is pleased to announce some great new events that will give you the opportunity to have fun while helping out in the months of SEPTEMBER & OCTOBER!
- 9/1-30 HUNGER ACTION MONTH—check out our website for our 30
Ways in 30 Days calendar and how you can
- 9/21 Oktoberfest at The Tipping Point—live music 5 pm to 11 pm and
seasonal beer tastings 6-8 pm-- $15 tickets, contact www.tippingpointhampstead.com
- 9/28 Montgomery Zombie Walk/Prom from Downtown Montgomery
Fountain to Alley Bar 7 pm – 10 pm--then boarding for “Cruise of
the Living Dead” tickets $13, $3 comes directly back to MAFB
- 10/10 Alabama National Fair—MAFB day & night—bring non-perishable
donations and receive a discounted admission price-$5 instead of $8
- 10/13 Goodwyn, Mills & Cawood, Inc—“CAN DO GOOD” at The
Shoppes at Eastchase Saturday, 10/13 9 am to 1 pm
For more ways to help out or find out more on any of these events, visit our website at www.montgomeryareafoodbank.org or simply give us a call at 263-3784.
There, you can find out more information on Montgomery Area Food Bank and their upcoming events, which will give you great ideas for easy but impactful actions you can take to raise awareness and help to end the growing problem of hunger in our local communities. Small actions together can and do truly make a difference!
SINCEREST THANKS TO ALL OF YOU!
“The Montgomery Area Food Bank is an equal opportunity employer/provider”.
Information Source: Montgomery Area Food Bank
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