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LAKE COUNTY — One of this season’s rare snowstorms made a beautiful if somewhat slippery background for the 19th Annual “Walk for Warmth” which was held last Saturday morning in Baldwin. The rather challenging weather conditions did not deter approximately three dozen dedicated marchers, who set off on their two-mile trek from St. Ann’s Community Center right on schedule at ten o’clock.
When asked if this year’s weather was the worst ever, spokesperson Connie Perley-Theunick said, “Not at all — three or four years ago we held the event in the middle of a genuine blizzard, and another year I remember we had icy rain. That was really hard to walk in. Today it is not all that bad; we do have snow, but the temperature is not too cold. It’s going to be a great walk.”