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Group gallops through parish to raise funds

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Leader photo by BLESSING AKHIGBE- Danny Smith, above, is the driver of the Relay for Life Wagon Train ride, which passed through Lincoln Parish Thursday evening and stopped for the night in Choudrant before heading to West Monroe.

The fifth annual Relay for Life Wagon Train ride left Saltillo, Texas, at 8 a.m. Oct. 21 for a five-week ride.

Their final destination will be a visit with the Robertson brothers at the Duck Dynasty headquarters in West Monroe. The group stopped in Lincoln Parish on Thursday night before heading for their final destination this morning.

The wagon train ride started when founder Bob Kearney’s 26-year-old niece was diagnosed with cancer while she was expecting her first child and she could not start treatment until after she gave birth.

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