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Thirty participants completed 19 weeks of activity in the Cumberland County Walks A Lot program, which concluded Saturday with a walk at Cumberland Mountain State Park. Brian Ramsey was the top participant, logging more than 180 hours of activity over the 19 week program. There were more than 3,500 hours of activity recorded from June 9 to Oct. 20. Major sponsors of the program included Cumberland Medical Center, which provided $100 Visa gift cards for the top participant and for a randomly drawn participant, Kmart of Crossville, Shoe Sensation, Flowers Bakery, Regions Bank and Fair Park Senior Center.

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