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Buddy Walk Puts Focus on Down Syndrome

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This walk will put a focus on Down Syndrome.
Scott Center School officials encourage the Oxford community to get involved with the First Annual 21 United Buddy Walk on Sunday, Oct. 19, from 2 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. at Bailey Branch Park.
Bailey Branch Park is located at 1215 Office Park Drive at the corner of Highway 7 South and Office Park Drive, across from FNC, Inc.
“The Buddy Walk, an event to raise awareness for Down Syndrome, will be led by the 21 United of Mississippi organization, as well as Jenny Rayner, one of our Scott Center parents,” said Scott Center Principal Kathy Howington. “We encourage the public to get involved, especially our Oxford School District parents, faculty and students.”
Registration for the First Annual 21 United Buddy Walk is only a click away at www.21united.org. To get involved in this event or for more information, contact Jenny Rayner via email at jennyrayner@gmail.com.

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