A long walk for Zoé

CALEB NICKERSON
BRYSON Oct. 25, 2020 
On Sunday afternoon, a group of citizens gathered in Bryson for a charity walk in support of one of their neighbours. 
Zoé Burnett is a local girl with Rett syndrome, a rare condition that results in the loss of spoken language and distinctive hand usage, for which there is currently no cure.
Zoé’s mother Keri Richard explained that her now-eight year-old was diagnosed . . .

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