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Mark Papke-Larson, the chaplain for North Country Health Services, reads a poem following the Walk to Remember Saturday at North Country Regional Hospital as the group gathered prepares to plant a tree in honor of infants lost due to miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, stillbirth and newborn death. Nearly 200 people participated in the second annual Walk to Remember and associated events, which included a silent auction. Pioneer Photo/Bethany Wesley

Group prepares to plant a tree at Walk to Remember event

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Mark Papke-Larson, the chaplain for North Country Health Services, reads a poem following the Walk to Remember Saturday at North Country Regional Hospital as the group gathered prepares to plant a tree in honor of infants lost due to mis

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