Colleen Haggerty and her husband, Mark Robinson, walk along West Street in the Columbia neighborhood on Thursday, May 6, 2010. Haggerty is walking one mile a day for 100 days to raise money for the Prosthetics Outreach Foundation, which provides prosthetics to developing countries. The mother of two lost her left leg in a car accident 32 years ago. "I wanted to keep walking, but I wanted to do something that was for more than just me," Haggerty said.
Colleen Haggerty and her husband, Mark Robinson, walk along West Street in the Columbia neighborhood on Thursday, May 6, 2010. Haggerty is walking one mile a day for 100 days to raise money for the Prosthetics Outreach Foundation, which provides prosthetics to developing countries. The mother of two lost her left leg in a car accident 32 years ago. "I wanted to keep walking, but I wanted to do something that was for more than just me," Haggerty said. THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
Colleen Haggerty and her husband, Mark Robinson, walk along West Street in the Columbia neighborhood on Thursday, May 6, 2010. Haggerty is walking one mile a day for 100 days to raise money for the Prosthetics Outreach Foundation, which provides prosthetics to developing countries. The mother of two lost her left leg in a car accident 32 years ago. "I wanted to keep walking, but I wanted to do something that was for more than just me," Haggerty said. THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

Bellingham amputee walking to help people in foreign lands walk again

May 17, 2010 05:01 AM

UPDATED May 17, 2010 01:12 PM

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