With so many people suffering food insecurity in the Southern Tier, the need for food is greater then ever. Because of this, the services provided by the Broome County Community Hunger Outreach Warehouse (CHOW) is more important than ever.

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We need to help them restock their shelves. On Sunday, June 25th, Music for the Mission is having a fund raiser concert at Touch of Texas on Upper Front Street in Binghamton from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. It features the music of Devon Lawton and the InLaws with two opening acoustic acts, Nick Adams and Nick Gacioch (guitar player for Two Dollar Pistol). Read all about here.

There is someone else that is helping to make a difference with CHOW. It's Binghamton Sports Hall of Fame member and multiple Guinness Book World Record Holder, Bill Clark.

Bill Clark Sets Another Guinness Book World Record

Bill Clark
Bill Clark

On Monday, June 19th, Clark set another world record at All Saints Catholic School in Endicott. He broke the record for tearing 2 stacked decks of cards. The record was 12.75 seconds but Bill did it in 1.57 seconds. He didn't beat the record, he DESTROYED IT, in front of a capacity crowd.

That is an awesome feat but he helped to bring in 91 pounds of food for CHOW at the same time. Clark has been a HUGE supporter of CHOW and will be taking part in the CHOW Walk this September. We are fortunate to have someone like Bill as he partners with CHOW.

You can be a champion and help CHOW  too and you don't have to break a world record to do it. You can stop by the CHOW location at 3 Otseningo Street in Binghamton. If you can't make it to their location, you can go here to make a donation to this worthy cause.

This wasn't the first record that he broke, check this out.

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