Shoes for the shoeless


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Kay Miller, standing, watches as her children are fitted for a pair shoes Thursday at the Lincoln Community Center, provided by the non-profit program Shoes 4 the Shoeless. Volunteers, including Becky Snell, center, and Kathy Scott, fitted school-age children for shoes at the center in Troy. According to Nicole Burton from LLC, registration was filled in a short time following a post made on the center’s Facebook page regarding the event. The Shoes 4 the Shoeless program serviced approximately 100 children during its visit at the center in Troy. More information — and how to donate — can be found at shoes4theshoeless.com.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Volunteers, including Jackie Glawe, Pastor Jeff Glawe and Becky Snell, work as a human assembly line to bring bags of delivered shoes into the Lincoln Community Center on Thursday in Troy. The non-profit organization Shoes 4 the Shoeless delivered the boxes filled with shoes in an effort to fit each child that registered with a pair of shoes and socks.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Kay Miller, standing, watches as her children are fitted for a pair shoes Thursday at the Lincoln Community Center, provided by the non-profit program Shoes 4 the Shoeless. Volunteers, including Becky Snell, center, and Kathy Scott, fitted school-age children for shoes at the center in Troy. According to Nicole Burton from LLC, registration was filled in a short time following a post made on the center’s Facebook page regarding the event. The Shoes 4 the Shoeless program serviced approximately 100 children during its visit at the center in Troy. More information — and how to donate — can be found at shoes4theshoeless.com.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Volunteers, including Jackie Glawe, Pastor Jeff Glawe and Becky Snell, work as a human assembly line to bring bags of delivered shoes into the Lincoln Community Center on Thursday in Troy. The non-profit organization Shoes 4 the Shoeless delivered the boxes filled with shoes in an effort to fit each child that registered with a pair of shoes and socks.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Kay Miller, standing, watches as her children are fitted for a pair shoes Thursday at the Lincoln Community Center, provided by the non-profit program Shoes 4 the Shoeless. Volunteers, including Becky Snell, center, and Kathy Scott, fitted school-age children for shoes at the center in Troy. According to Nicole Burton from LLC, registration was filled in a short time following a post made on the center’s Facebook page regarding the event. The Shoes 4 the Shoeless program serviced approximately 100 children during its visit at the center in Troy. More information — and how to donate — can be found at shoes4theshoeless.com.
http://www.tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/21/2017/08/web1_170803aw_LLC_shoes_5302.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Kay Miller, standing, watches as her children are fitted for a pair shoes Thursday at the Lincoln Community Center, provided by the non-profit program Shoes 4 the Shoeless. Volunteers, including Becky Snell, center, and Kathy Scott, fitted school-age children for shoes at the center in Troy. According to Nicole Burton from LLC, registration was filled in a short time following a post made on the center’s Facebook page regarding the event. The Shoes 4 the Shoeless program serviced approximately 100 children during its visit at the center in Troy. More information — and how to donate — can be found at shoes4theshoeless.com.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Volunteers, including Jackie Glawe, Pastor Jeff Glawe and Becky Snell, work as a human assembly line to bring bags of delivered shoes into the Lincoln Community Center on Thursday in Troy. The non-profit organization Shoes 4 the Shoeless delivered the boxes filled with shoes in an effort to fit each child that registered with a pair of shoes and socks.
http://www.tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/21/2017/08/web1_170803aw_LCC_shoes_5278.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Volunteers, including Jackie Glawe, Pastor Jeff Glawe and Becky Snell, work as a human assembly line to bring bags of delivered shoes into the Lincoln Community Center on Thursday in Troy. The non-profit organization Shoes 4 the Shoeless delivered the boxes filled with shoes in an effort to fit each child that registered with a pair of shoes and socks.