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Moon Walk serves as way to keep community active

9:08 PM, Oct. 20, 2013
More than 600 people participated in Moon Walk Wisconsin Saturday in Plover. The event aims to keep people active even as the days get shorter and the temperature get colder.
More than 600 people participated in Moon Walk Wisconsin Saturday in Plover. The event aims to keep people active even as the days get shorter and the temperature get colder.
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Despite temperatures dipping into the 30s, hundreds of people showed up Saturday night to participate in the annual Moon Walk Wisconsin.

Participants headed out on a noncompetitive 12-mile walk on the Tomorrow River Trail, starting behind Copps Market in Plover, at 6 p.m. Others also participated in 8- and 4-mile walks that started an hour later.

Sarah Brish of Active Portage County said the event is a way to reinforce the organization's mission "to live healthier, more active lives by producing and promoting challenging aerobic activities and recreational resources that encourage ...

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