Lukas Stone, right, takes part in Ninjutsu, a martial art, with Hardee Merritt, owner of the Chapel Hill Quest Center. Lukas has Crohn’s Disease and is the “honored hero” for the Take Steps for Crohn’s & Colitis Walk Saturday, April 25.
Lukas Stone, right, takes part in Ninjutsu, a martial art, with Hardee Merritt, owner of the Chapel Hill Quest Center. Lukas has Crohn’s Disease and is the “honored hero” for the Take Steps for Crohn’s & Colitis Walk Saturday, April 25. CONTRIBUTED
Lukas Stone, right, takes part in Ninjutsu, a martial art, with Hardee Merritt, owner of the Chapel Hill Quest Center. Lukas has Crohn’s Disease and is the “honored hero” for the Take Steps for Crohn’s & Colitis Walk Saturday, April 25. CONTRIBUTED

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