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RONCEVERTE -

A group known as Now Our Angles in Heaven is organizing its first Walk to Remember to honor babies lost too soon due to pregnancy loss and infant death.

The walk is set for Saturday, Oct. 12 from 2 p.m. until 7 p.m. at the Modlin Track in Ronceverte.   

The track is located next to Greenbrier Valley Medical Center.

The event is going to raise money to support the non-profit organization N.O.A.H.

According to a press release from the group, there will be refreshments and pregnancy loss items for sale, activities for children, and a memorial ceremony.

The ceremony will include a lantern release to honor lost babies.

You can register for the walk through www.nowourangelsinheaven.com.  The cost is $20 which includes a T-Shirt, bottled water, and a release lantern.    There is an option to add your baby's name to the list of names on the event T-Shirt and memorial ceremony.   Deadline to add the name is Aug. 31, 2013.