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Walk For Life // Adam In The Afternoon

Clarity Solutions is a non-profit based in Hardin County that provides services for those facing unplanned pregnancy. One of their largest fundraising events, Walk For Life, is next weekend. Megan Bennett of Clarity talks about the fundraising efforts and work of Clarity.

Turn the Town Orange // Adam In The Afternoon

September is Hunger Awareness Month and to help raise awareness Feeding America Kentucky’s Heartland is encouraging Hardin County Residents to ‘Turn the Town Orange’ on September 17. Stephanie Hester of Feeding America explains their efforts this month.

Heroes Needed // Adam In The Afternoon

American Red Cross Kentucky Region disaster volunteers are trained to respond to all types of disasters and “Heroes Needed” is a great opportunity for new volunteers with no disaster training to become Red Cross “Heroes” in just a few days. To explain more about this training opportunity Adam spoke with Stacy Taylor of the Red Cross.

Big Mac // Adam in the Afternoon

A woman in Russia is suing McDonald’s for TEMPTING HER so much that she ate a cheeseburger and broke her Lent fast. She’s accusing McDonald’s of violating the consumer protection law, and is seeking $14 in damages. Meanwhile, the Wisconsin man who’s eaten the most Big Macs is still at it. Recently, he had his Guinness World Record updated to show that he has eaten 32,340 Big Macs over the past 50 years, and he has the receipts to prove it.

Broken Tail Lights // Adam in the Afternoon

Have you ever been pulled over for a broken tail light? Well, instead of tickets, cops in Denver have been handing out $25 gift cards to help people fix them. Advance Auto Parts helped make it happen by supplying 100 gift cards they could use.