Wednesday, October 5, 2011 at 4:00 am (Updated: October 5, 4:14 am)
HILLVIEW - In Kentucky, the first Saturday in May is known as the Run for the Roses. Now the second Saturday of October is known as a walk for health.
Known as 2nd Sunday, the statewide event was created to promote a healthy exercise opportunity in various places for local residents.
The idea originated in Bogota, Columbia, where city streets were closed to vehicles on Sundays so pedestrians could use them.
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