Two big events highlight Sunday activities around the Southern Tier.  Oktoberfest continues at Most Holy Rosary, Route 26 in Maine and the annual CHOW Hunger Walk is set to begin at 2:00 PM with registration at 1:00 PM at Otsiningo Park.

Sunday is the third and final day of the Oktoberfest celebration at Most Holy Rosary.  Oktoberfest kicks off late Friday afternoon and continues through Sunday afternoon at 4:00 PM.  Fritz's Polka Band entertains beginning at 11:30 AM and plays til 3:30 PM when the Super Raffle winner will announced.  German cuisine is a special Sunday feature with Sauerbraten and noodles featured.  Most Holy Rosary's clam chowder is another highlight along with a bake sale of pies, cookies and breads. WNBF's Roger Neel is on location at Most Holy Rosary for a live, on-site broadcast from 11 AM to 1 PM.

The CHOW Hunger Walk is being held at Otsiningo Park this year after being on the Binghamton University campus for a number of years.  Registration begins at 1:00 PM with the walk getting underway at 2:00 PM.  A minimum donation of $50  to benefit CHOW is requested from all walkers.  CHOW (Community Hunger Outreach Warehouse) serves thousands of meals annually to hungry and needy people in Broome County.  For every dollar raised CHOW can provide a meal for four people.

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