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Steps for Charity Winners Announced

 

April 11, 2019

The 5 Star Roustabout Team walked the most steps in the Steps for Charity Challenge with an average of 16,158 steps each day in February and March. Pictured are team members Robin Reames, Spencer Fortner, James Colette and Joe Fortner. One hundred and fifty-two people registered for the event designed to motivate people to walk and raise money for charities. The American Diabetes Association, the charity chosen by the 5 Star Roustabout Team, will receive fifty percent of the entry fees or $760. The event was sponsored by the Powder River Trails and Montana State University Extension Service – Powder River County. (Photo courtesy PR Extension Service)

By PR Extension

How many steps does it take to win a Steps for Charity challenge? This year, the weekly average number of steps a team member had to take to win the charity challenge was 16,158. It was 5 Star Roustabout Team One or Robin Reames, James Cottel and Spencer and Joe Fortner, who walked for the American Diabetes Association, and won Powder River County's Steps for Charity Challenge.

Second place went to the BCHC Calving Trekkers. Owen, Mary and Jackie Rumph and Tedi Jo Williams, who incorporated calving heifers into racking up many steps, which brought them second place....



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