CROP walkers defy rainfall in annual event

Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup The Rev. Alanna Van Antwerpen, rector of Nashua's Church of the Good Shepherd and the president of the Nashua Area Interfaith Council, welcomes volunteer walkers to Sunday's 33rd annual Greater Nashua CROP Walk during a pre-walk service at Temple Beth Abraham, the host congregation for the walk.
Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup Volunteer traffic "cop" Dylan Davani holds up traffic with an oversize white "hand" to allow a group of walkers to cross Laton Street at the start of Sunday's 33rd annual CROP walk in Nashua.
Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup Umbrellas and rain slickers were among the fashion accessories featured by walkers of all ages who braved Sunday's rain to take part in the 33rd annual Greater Nashua CROP Hunger Walk.
Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup Wearing oversize white "hands" for visibility, Hudson resident Dylan Davani watches for cars while tending his traffic post as CROP walkers pass the intersection of Raymond and Laton streets at the start of Sunday's 33rd annual walk.

NASHUA – After admitting to spending a lot of time watching The Weather Channel over the last few days, longtime Greater Nashua CROP Hunger Walk coordinator Becky Green on Sunday scoffed at the impending wet weather to inspire this year’s walk participants.

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