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Apr 21, 2016

IF YOU'RE WALKING THROUGH DOWNTOWN COLUMBUS TODAY, YOU MAY SPOT A MAN WALKING WITH A GOAT


IF YOU'RE WALKING THROUGH DOWNTOWN COLUMBUS TODAY, YOU MAY SPOT A MAN WALKING WITH A GOAT. BUT DON'T WORRY, IT'S NOT ON THE LOOSE OR AN ESCAPED FARM ANIMAL -- IT'S ALL FOR A VERY WORTHY CAUSE.
STEVE WESCOTT AND HIS GOAT - APPROPRIATELY NAMED MILES - ARE WALKING FROM SEATTLE TO NEW YORK CITY IN AN EFFORT TO RAISE MONEY TO BUILD AN ORPHANAGE FOR THE CHILDREN OF UZIMA OUTREACH IN NAIROBI, KENYA. THE PAIR HAVE BEEN WALKING SINCE 2012, STOPPING IN CITIES TO DO COMMUNITY SERVICE. ONN SPOTTED THE ODD SIGHT EARLY THIS MORNING NEAR BROAD AND HIGH STREETS AFTER STEVE AND MILES SPENT THE NIGHT ON A PLAYGROUND AT COSI. STEVE EVEN SANG HIS RENDITION OF R. KELLY'S "I BELIEVE I CAN FLY" AT TIM HORTONS TO NAB A FREE BREAKFAST

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