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A few weeks ago Chris Somerfield, a member of Niagara Regions #1 Real Estate Team, Davids & DeLaat and host of What's Up Niagara met...

We are always looking for fun and cost effective, yet nutritious ways to feed kids. And when we come across interesting ideas we love sharing them with our supporters!
As we approached our 100th day of physical distancing, Mike Strange and Victor Pietrangelo found a wonderful way to unite the community and really raise awareness and funds to support the children affected by food insecurity in our region. They ran a combined 100km in one day with check points at various schools Community Crew serves in St. Catharines, Thorold, Welland and Niagara Falls. Not to mention challenging people within our community to take part by participating in different challenges, like 100 jacks for kids snacks, or 100 punches OR crunches for kids lunches! It truly was a wonderful way for all of us as a community to mark the 100th day of quarantine and celebrate the efforts we have all made together to flatten the curve.
Written by  by Ray Spiteri  The Niagara Falls Review Picture: Anthony Conidi, co-owner of Pasta Fresca and Sarah Pritula, director for Community Crew, in the kitchen at Pasta Fresca in Niagara Falls. Until Christmas Eve, $3 from sales of Pasta Fresca's homemade pasta sauces and soups will directly benefit Community Crew, a Niagara charity helping children in need. Located on Huggins Street, Pasta Fresca has been serving up homemade favourites in Niagara Falls since 1989.