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Walk MS Marshfield a success

12:29 PM, May 17, 2013
Laura Seeger paints an orange MS ribbon on the face of a child as his mom looks on.
Laura Seeger paints an orange MS ribbon on the face of a child as his mom looks on.
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The sun warmed the park, and the skies were blue on April 28 for the second annual Walk MS Marshfield.

Walkers began arriving at about 8:45 a.m. and filled the Wildwood Pavilion and surrounding area. They came with friends, family and dogs to support their loved ones and help raise money for much needed research and development of treating and curing MS.

Dennis Riedel did a very entertaining job as announcer keeping things on schedule. At 10 a.m. a sea of orange T-shirts surged around the upper pond and through the zoo, walking for a great cause. ...

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