Annual Walk For Down Syndrome Kicks Off Saturday

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Updated: 11/01/2013 10:26 am
The public is invited to join the Down Syndrome Association of Central Kentucky, DSACK, for their 11th annual Walk for Down Syndrome this weekend.

The walk itself will be preceded by a host of family friendly activities such as face painting and inflatable games starting at 9:30 Saturday morning outside Lexington's Heritage Hall.

The opening ceremony and walk begins at 11 am.

DSACK hopes the 0.9 mile walk and activities surrounding it will help bring awareness to the support and services they offer the community.

DSACK says it's mission is "to support, educate, and celebrate individuals with Down Syndrome, their family, their friends, and community."

More information about the walk can be found at www.DSACK.org.
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