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Walk North Dakota session starts next week

The next session runs Jan. 10 through March 6. Walk North Dakota challenges people to work up to walking 10,000 steps a day, which is the equivalent of walking five miles a day, five days a week or 200 miles during the eight-week program. Keep tr...

The next session runs Jan. 10 through March 6.

Walk North Dakota challenges people to work up to walking 10,000 steps a day, which is the equivalent of walking five miles a day, five days a week or 200 miles during the eight-week program.

Keep track of the number of steps walked and report the number every two weeks online at www.walknd.com . Participants who report their steps as required will receive prizes.

The cost of joining the program is $10 for adults and $5 for those 18 and younger. It is free for 4-H club members and leaders. Register as an individual or group at www.walknd.com . If your group has not participated in Walk North Dakota, e-mail linda.hauge@ndsu.edu to set up the group before registering.

To register by mail, send a check payable to the NDSU Extension Service to Walk ND, Attn: Linda Hauge, NDSU Dept. 7280, Box 6050, Fargo, ND 58108-6050.

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