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On Sunday, June 17, 2012, more than 5,000 runners participated in the Inaugural Canton Marathon. For one local group, the day was not just about making memories, it was about keeping memories alive.
Readers provided many suggestions, and we used them to create a poll.
Amy Otto was 28, widowed for the second time in her young life, and the mother of a one-year-old. There is a time to mourn, but even in that season, she needed a plan,
and she couldn’t waste any time figuring out her next move.
Amy was widowed when she was 28. For the second time. This is “Amy’s Story.”
Not yet 29, Amy Otto found herself facing her worst fears — and now, she had a baby to think about
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