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Hundreds turn out to support sobriety walk


August 6, 2018

Havre Daily News/Ryan Welch

People walk and run toward Rocky Boy's powwow grounds during the 2018 Sobriety Walk at Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation Friday.

Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation saw more than 500 participants in the 27th Annual Sobriety Walk Friday morning, said Tara Top Sky, one of the volunteers at the finish line.

She said that during the sign-in they ran out of the 500 bracelets that they had prepared for the walk and that there were many people who still wanted to register for the walk.

Top Sky added that this was the largest crowd that they have seen in the past couple of years.

The sobriety walk started back in 1991 with Kathy Morsette, a former high school teacher, and Bob Swan helping establish the walk, volunteer Gilbert...

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