Walk-A-Thon held to raise money for Prospect Park

More than 100 Brooklyn residents gathered today for the second annual Prospect Park Walk-A-Thon to help raise money to support the park.The park recently suffered

BROOKLYN - More than 100 Brooklyn residents gathered today for the second annual Prospect Park Walk-A-Thon to help raise money to support the park.

The park recently suffered severe damage cause by Hurricane Irene. Officials say more than 150 trees were damaged.

The walk-a-thon raised more than $25,000 and the Brooklyn Community Foundation has agreed to match the money raised, bringing the total to more than $50,000.

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