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Posted March 24, 2012 11:09 pm - Updated March 25, 2012 01:23 am
Two Augusta walks raise money to fight diseases
Lola Rivera (right) gives Marlinthia Robinson, 15, of Hephzibah, her wristband for a walk at Lake Olmstead to benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
Ansley Dennis holds Novelle Dennis, one-and-half years old, as she plays with balloons tied to a banister on the Riverwalk during the Walk to Defeat ALS.
Various groups and clubs participated in a walk at Lake Olmstead Park that benefited the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
The ALS association held a walk Saturday at the Riverwalk in Augusta.
Leah Gordon (center) stands with a group of friends who walked along with her to support her father, Bob Gordon, who has Lou Gehrig's Disease, in the Walk to Defeat ALS on the Augusta Riverwalk.
Paul and Nicole Gabor, of Augusta, talk to their daughters, Ivory (center), 3, and Alex, 5, at the T-shirt table near registration for the Walk to Defeat ALS.
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