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Walk for Wings of Hope

Participants set off on the Robbins Island circle drive for the walk around Lower Foot Lake to highlight and raise money for suicide prevention, mental health and grief recovery. The Willmar area organization has ended its affiliation with the Am...

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Flames and sparks fly Saturday from a 3,000-pound sculpture on the bank of the Middle Fork of the Crow River, below the Mill Pond Dam in New London. (CAROLYN LANGE | TRIBUNE)

Participants set off on the Robbins Island circle drive for the walk around Lower Foot Lake to highlight and raise money for suicide prevention, mental health and grief recovery. The Willmar area organization has ended its affiliation with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and established its own 501C, named โ€œWings of Hopeโ€ so that all proceeds raised remain local. The walk registered 327 participants, according to a spokeswoman for the Willmar area. (RAND MIDDLETON | TRIBUNE)

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