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Hope Center held its ninth annual Walk for Life Saturday, May 7, with 150 people supporting the ministry with a two-mile walk through downtown Grangeville. Money raised from the event will help the Hope Center continue to offer free classes in parenting, money management and relationship building at its Kamiah and Grangeville centers. Donated prizes were awarded to the groups bringing in the most donations. Winners were Orofino’s St. Theresa’s youth group, Cottonwood’s St. Mary’s tri-parish youth group, the Michael Gulotta family and the Fuchs/Gallagher family.

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Hope Center held its ninth annual Walk for Life Saturday, May 7, with 150 people supporting the ministry with a two-mile walk through downtown Grangeville. Money raised from the event will help the Hope Center continue to offer free classes in parenting, money management and relationship building at its Kamiah and Grangeville centers. Donated prizes were awarded to the groups bringing in the most donations. Winners were Orofino’s St. Theresa’s youth group, Cottonwood’s St. Mary’s tri-parish youth group, the Michael Gulotta family and the Fuchs/Gallagher family.



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Walk For Life, May 7, 2016 (Joseph Zahnle Photography)

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Walk For Life, May 7, 2016 (Joseph Zahnle Photography)

— Hope Center held its ninth annual Walk for Life Saturday, May 7, with 150 people supporting the ministry with a two-mile walk through downtown Grangeville. Money raised from the event will help the Hope Center continue to offer free classes in parenting, money management and relationship building at its Kamiah and Grangeville centers. Donated prizes were awarded to the groups bringing in the most donations. Winners were Orofino’s St. Theresa’s youth group, Cottonwood’s St. Mary’s tri-parish youth group, the Michael Gulotta family and the Fuchs/Gallagher family.



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