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Cross-country walker raising awareness of foster care, adoptive needs

Stops in Havre for holiday while crossing the Hi-Line


Havre Daily News/Ryan Berry

Glenn Koster stands along U.S. Highway 2 Wednesday in Havre while traveling across the country. Koster is staying on the highway for his entire 719 miles in Montana, which is the longest distance he will travel in any state during his tour.

Glenn J. Koster is a double product of the foster care and the adoption systems.

By the age of 6, he was abandoned, the only one of six children to be left behind by his parents, with his siblings having people to go to. He was soon adopted, then pulled from that home 13 months later and went back through the system, then was re-adopted when he was 10 years old.

He is in Havre Wednesday and today, taking a break for the Independence Day holiday during his cross-country walk to raise awareness of the need for foster care and adoption.

"This is my time to give - by walking to raise aware...

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