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10 Who Make a Difference - Arlan Walton

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ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) -

Arlan Walton has been volunteering with Ironwood Springs Christian Ranch in Stewartville for about 20 years. He's one of KTTC and United Way of Olmsted County's 10 Who Make a Difference.

Walton spends his time at Ironwood Springs building and creating structures, one of which was a a framework that allows people in wheelchairs to practice archery.

Even though he spends most of his time building, he says the good service the ranch provides is just one of the many reasons why he enjoys volunteering there.

"It's amazing how many people have given their lives to the Lord by coming out here. The peaceful setting of nature and the programs that they've got going here is just a super good deal," said Walton.

Walton will be honored along with nine others next Wednesday at the 10 Who Make a Difference awards ceremony during Rochesterfest.

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