INFO BELOW FROM JANUARY 16-18 MLK WALK TO STOP THE PIPELINE

walkers and guests consumed a breakfast of church-made pancakes on sunday, january 17, 2016,before some eighty-seven set off from greenfield to conway with a stop at old deerfield where the deerfield inn provided a bathroom break. jennifer caron of wendell headed up the walk led by sister clare carter and brothers toby keyes and gyori kato of the buddhist new england peace pagoda.

walkers enjoyed a fine program after a robust potluck organized by pam kelley for more than fifty in greenfield's all souls church on saturday evening, january 16, 2016.

AROUND 1:30 SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, WALKERS PAUSED AS REVEREND GYORI KATO OF THE BUDDHIST NEW ENGLAND PEACE PAGODA PRAYED ON FOUR-MILE-BROOK ROAD IN NORTHFIELD NEAR THE SITE OF A PROPOSED NED PIPELINE COMPRESSOR STATION. then they had lunch and moved out again (see photos on photo page).

MLK WALK TO STOP THE NED PIPELINE stepped OUT FROM CENTENNIAL BED AND BREAKFAST AT 94 MAIN STREET, NORTHFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS, two hours LATER THAN PLANNED ON SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 2016.