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Hundreds join Buddy walk at Fallen Timbers

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    Muddy hugs Penta Career Center's Homecoming king Preston Behunken, right, as they pair lead the way during the annual Buddy Walk at Fallen Timbers.

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    As Tyler Wiley, of Toledo, left, watches Tim Szparka, of Sylvania, center, holds his daughter Lindsey, 4, aloft while joking around during the annual Buddy Walk.

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buddywalk14p-PRESTON-BEHUNKEN

Muddy hugs Penta Career Center's Homecoming king Preston Behunken, right, as they pair lead the way during the annual Buddy Walk at Fallen Timbers.

The Blade/Katie Rausch
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buddywalk14p-tyler-wiley-tim-sparka-lindsey-sparka

As Tyler Wiley, of Toledo, left, watches Tim Szparka, of Sylvania, center, holds his daughter Lindsey, 4, aloft while joking around during the annual Buddy Walk.

The Blade/Katie Rausch
Enlarge | Buy This Image

Muddy the Mud Hen hugs Preston Behunken, Penta Career Center’s homecoming king, as they lead the way during the annual Buddy Walk at the Shops at Fallen Timbers, Maumee.

About 1,100 people registered for the walk. At left, Tyler Wiley of Toledo, left, watches Tim Szparka of Sylvania lift his daughter, Lindsey, during the event.

PHOTO GALLERY: Buddy Walk at Fallen Timbers

The Down Syndrome Association of Greater Toledo said the event collected $32,000, exceeding its $20,000 goal.

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