Hospice holds annual Hike Sunday


The Fayette County Hike for Hospice was held Sunday afternoon and included a large crowd. The Miami Trace Middle School Student Council was one of the teams awarded and earned the “most hikers award for a youth group.”


The sea of white shirts could be seen heading down East Street in Washington C.H. after 3 p.m. as the group began its three-mile hike to Grace Community Church and back.


The Fayette County Hike for Hospice was held Sunday afternoon and included a large crowd. The Miami Trace Middle School Student Council was one of the teams awarded and earned the “most hikers award for a youth group.”

The sea of white shirts could be seen heading down East Street in Washington C.H. after 3 p.m. as the group began its three-mile hike to Grace Community Church and back.

The Fayette County Hike for Hospice was held Sunday afternoon and included a large crowd. The Miami Trace Middle School Student Council was one of the teams awarded and earned the “most hikers award for a youth group.”
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/05/web1_20170430_145829.jpgThe Fayette County Hike for Hospice was held Sunday afternoon and included a large crowd. The Miami Trace Middle School Student Council was one of the teams awarded and earned the “most hikers award for a youth group.”

The sea of white shirts could be seen heading down East Street in Washington C.H. after 3 p.m. as the group began its three-mile hike to Grace Community Church and back.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/05/web1_20170430_150742.jpgThe sea of white shirts could be seen heading down East Street in Washington C.H. after 3 p.m. as the group began its three-mile hike to Grace Community Church and back.