Walk for Warmth Donation

 July 15, 2019

 Irish Oaks Women’s League donated $500 to Delta County Walk for 



The Delta County Trades and Labor Charity Fund donated $500 Monday to the Community Action Agency 2019 Walk for Warmth. Taking part were, from left, Todd Flath of the charity fund, CAA Executive Director Julie Moberg, CAA Weatherization Director Naomi Fletcher and Travis Cary of the charity fund. Proceeds for the walk, set for February, helps pay heating bills for residents who have fallen on hard times. For more information, go to mdscaa.org

Ron Pratt of the Rapid River Relic Riders presents a check for $350.00 to the Community Action Agencys 2019 Walk for Warmth.  Representing CAA is  Executive Director Julie Moberg (right) and Weatherization Director Naomi Fletcher. This years Walk for Warmth is scheduled for February 23rd in Menominee, Delta and Schoolcraft Counties.  Proceeds from the walk will go to help residents who are having trouble paying their home- heating bills. All funds raised are used in the county that they were raised in.  

Members of the Kursin Klassics Car Club presented a check for $1050.00 to Julie Moberg for the MDSCAA Walk For Warmth that took place on Saturday February 23rd. Representing the club were members Kyle Brunette, Bill Brunette, Jim and Bonnie Lippens (back row left to right),  and Kymberly Demeuse and Debra Brunette (front row). 


Jack Soderman and Nora Smith, members of First Lutheran Church in Gladstone, collected donations not only from their church members but through out the community for Walk for Warmth.  

Members from the Community Foundation Youth Advisory Committee (YAC) volunteered on Saturday's Walk for Warmth in Delta County.  Front row - Alex Roth, Azariah Hernandez and Lydia Tembreull.  Back row - Grant Gavin, Savannah Stein, Jenna Rubick, Allison Gustafson, Taylor Vanoss and Diana Clark - YAC Coordinator