North Country:31 Miles For 31 Heroes Breaks Fund-Raising Record

John Percey, center, of Lancaster, stops to read the names of the fallen during the 31 Miles for 31 Heroes walk on Saturday. The North Country walk goes from Littleton to Twin Mountain and back, and raises money for veterans and research into post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injuries. (Contributed photo)

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