Walkers raise money for Care Net in trek around Mount Albion

By Tom Rivers, Editor Posted 18 October 2020 at 8:06 am

Photos by Tom Rivers

ALBION – Coleen Pahura and her daughter Hannah, 14, were among the participants in the Walk for Life at Mount Albion Cemetery on Saturday. The event was a fundraiser for the Care Net Center of Greater Orleans.

Care Net, like many other non-profit organizations, has been forced to cancel many of its fundraisers this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Care Net is located at 168 S. Main St., Suite 2 in Albion. The organization, which will be celebrating its 30thanniversary in 2021, provides free services that include pregnancy and STI testing, limited ultrasounds, classes in parenting, Bible study and life skills, and material aid.

Kyle Holz brought his LuGia’s On Wheels of Buffalo truck to the event and served up sundaes. This group in Buffalo Bills gear includes Paul and Sally Grout, their daughter Beth Etopio and grandson Vincent.

The walkers relax at the Ingersoll Fountain at Mount Albion after walking around the historic cemetery.

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