Chelsea Resident Paints Signs For Project Bread’s Walk for Hunge

C1Huyen Tran of Chelsea, Vanna Nguyen of Dorchester, and Paige White of Lynn joined a group of volunteers last weekend at the East Boston Social Center to paint signs that will inspire participants in the 2014 Walk for Hunger, which will take place in May. Their signs are among 300 hand-painted signs of encouragement that will hang along the 20-mile route.

As students from Bunker Hill Community College’s Shockwaves Club, this group thought sign painting was a fun way to volunteer. More than 40,000 Walkers are expected to step out and raise $3.5 million for hunger relief and prevention at Project Bread’s 46th annual Walk for Hunger on Sunday, May 4. Registration is now open for the Walk for Hunger. For details, go to

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