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  Originally Published on: 11/3/2013

Supporters of the Third Annual Community Care March braved the elements over the weekend in Crestline. The march is held to continue the fight against drug abuses in communities throughout Crawford County, according to Mary Jean Hensley. Light rainfall didn't deter those who came out for the walk, which stepped off from Crestline High School downt to the gazebo on North Seltzer Street. Hensley says the first walk was held in Bucyrus and the second in Galion and yet another community will hold the walk next year as the fight against drug abuse is a county-wide effort.
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