It’s a special anniversary for a group that’s spent two decades helping the world’s hungry. The Admaston and Area Foodgrains project will plant its 20th crop this year. The project is a partnership between local churches and agribusinesses that raise crops that, when harvested, provide funds for the Canadian Foodgrains Bank to prevent hunger in countries around the world. The celebrations begin at the Hebron Christian Reformed Church in Renfrew on April 24 from 2 to 3 p.m. when everyone is invited to Spring into Song to celebrate Earth Day and the successes of the Foodgrains Bank...