A group of 19 women from Sandy Hook called the Sole Sisters are joining the Rye group the Sole Ryders in this year's 40 mile Avon Breast Cancer Walk.
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"NEWTOWN -- Dawn was breaking on a recent Saturday morning as a group of Sandy Hook Elementary School mothers and several of their safety-equipped dogs gathered at the end of Cider Mill Road, stretching and chatting before they stepped off for a five-mile walk around area neighborhoods...
These aren't just over-ambitious exercisers. These are the Sole Sisters, a 19-strong group of women -- they have support from seven more -- who have rallied for a national sisterhood by taking strides to prevent breast cancer.
They have discovered how much it means to have people stand up for them, and they want to do likewise for a cause that is close for so many of their "sisters."
On Oct. 19-20, the Sole Sisters will join with the "Sole Ryeders," from Rye, N.Y., to participate in the 40-mile Avon Breast Cancer Walk in New York City...
When she was first contacted by the Rye mothers, Young said she figured it would be her and a friend. The outpouring of support has proved an inspiration to all the Sole Sisters, she said."
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