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By Brianna Wray
The Times 

Lewis & Clark Walk


Brianna Wray

The annual Lewis & Clark walk had a great turnout this year; 36 people and three dogs.

DAYTON-The annual Lewis & Clark walk departed from the Dayton Historic Depot on May 17, making strides toward community health for the thirteenth consecutive year.

Public health nurse Estasia Collins helped sign in participants as Dayton residents united at the Depot as the festivities got underway.

Program coordinator Chelsea Eaton discussed the route's history and made connections between Lewis & Clark's historic 1806 journey and the group's contemporary one.

Walkers were given a safety briefing as well as optional orange vests for premium visibility. Delphine Bailey, who also...

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