Michigan Teen Walks 55 Miles to Raise Awareness for Cerebral Palsy
Michigan teen Hunter Gandee completed his 55 mile walk to raise awareness for cerebral palsy Sunday afternoon.
He walked with his 8-year-old brother, Braden, harnessed to his back.
Braden has cerebral palsy, requiring him to have assistance while walking.
The Gandee brothers began this year’s Cerebral Palsy Swagger on Friday in Lambertville.
They ended 55 miles later in Ann Arbor at the University of Michigan pediatric rehab center.
The brothers completed a similar walk last year.
That one was 40 miles long.