“Canstruction” Project in Downtown Lynchburg, VA
Using donated cans of food, the Lynchburg Chamber of Commerce Leadership Lynchburg team, downtown venues and businesses, scout troops and concerned citizens will provide hunger relief in our community through an event called “Canstruction”
On Saturday, April 13th 6-8 teams gathered to compete in creating unique artwork structures using canned food. Each team was mentored by an engineer, architect or contractor. The completed structures can be seen and admired in the following locations through Saturday April 20th: Amazement Square, Bank of the James, main lobby in the main street branch, City Hall, the Galleria, Holiday Inn Select and the downtown YMCA.
Canstruction Lynchburg is designed to benefit the area by providing an established competition to generate needed canned food supplies for the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank. All donated cans used in the canstruction projects and other canned goods donated by individuals from the community at the canstruction sites will fill a constantly increasing need in the Lynchburg area. The canstruction teams were also educated on the issue of hunger in our area to further help eliminate hunger in the future.
Be sure and visit the display sites this week, some of them are truly amazing.
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