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Currie's Out of the Darkness walk is Oct. 6

CURRIE -- The fourth annual Walk of Darkness event, which raises money to help fund suicide prevention programs, will take place Oct. 6 at the End O' Line Railroad Park and Museum.

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Pictured are Out of the Darkness volunteers Koreen Ziemke, Mary Chelin, Laura DuCharme, Julie Hansen, Jody Illg and Kari Meyer. (Special to The Globe)

CURRIE - The fourth annual Walk of Darkness event, which raises money to help fund suicide prevention programs, will take place Oct. 6 at the End O’ Line Railroad Park and Museum.

Check-in begins at 9 a.m., and the two-hour walk begins at 10 a.m.

Walkers can sign up at afsp.org/currie. Over the past three years, the event has raised approximately $33,000 to help suicide prevention program.

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