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The Cumberland County Walks A Lot program wrapped up Saturday with a walk through Cumberland Mountain State Park. Thirty-five individuals logged their activity for 20 weeks, logging more than 5,200 hours of physical activity in that time. Sue Carter took first place in the program, with 524 hours of activity logged. She received a $100 Visa gift card from Cumberland Medical Center. Judy Ann Stover was second place and Lewis Stover was third, with each logging more than 300 hours of activity. Bryan Ramsey was fourth and Hannah Barnes was fifth. Daniel Brannon was the grand prize drawing winner, taking home a $100 Visa gift card. Sponsors include the Cumberland County Health Department, Cumberland Medical Center, Walgreens, Kmart, Shadden Tire Company, VF Factory Outlet, Flowers Bakery, East Tennessee Dodge and Regions Bank.

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