Choosing Between Food and Transportation; Walking Williamsburg Square; Support from Casual Furniture World

Hunger Fact of the Day: 73% of food insecure families report having to choose between food and transportation. Read more here.

Today’s sponsor:


Casual Furniture World is a relatively new member of the Piedmont Triad Apartment Association, but they’ve gotten involved quickly. Betsy Spencer has been a great, active, volunteer and our other members have noticed and voted the company Rookie Vendor Partner of the Year at our Diamond Awards banquet in March.

Casual Furniture World has locations in Winston-Salem, Greensboro and Myrtle Beach and you should definitely check them out for your outdoor furniture, outdoor accessories, grills, hearth & fireplace needs..

Much thanks to Betsy and the team at Casual Furniture World for supporting the walk (and PTAA’s Food Drive)!

Activity Day 67:

Originally I planned on walking the greenway near my office, but some wicked thunderstorms came through the area and I had to nix that idea. The storms cleared around dusk, so I did a couple of quick circuits around the neighborhood to make sure I could meet my 367-mile goal at Matt’s Run to Fight Hunger the following morning.


Miles walked/run: 5.31 miles. Here’s the screenshot from my FitBit:


Miles remaining in challenge: 3.57

Want to donate to support Second Harvest? It’s easy to do right here!


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