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Buddy Walk 2021 

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About 180 people from across Vermont gathered in Burlington’s Battery Park on Sunday, September 26, for the annual Champlain Valley Down Syndrome Group Buddy Walk.

Kids VT multimedia journalist Cat Cutillo recorded the event and spoke with participants about why they walked.


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About 180 people from across Vermont gathered in Burlington’s Battery Park on Sunday, September 26, for the annual Champlain Valley Down Syndrome Group Buddy Walk.
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Justin McQuiston holds his puppet socks named Took and Deeze at the Champlain Valley Down Syndrome Group Buddy Walk on September 26, 2021, in Burlington.
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Caroline McNamara stands with her sister and father at the Champlain Valley Down Syndrome Group Buddy Walk on September 26, 2021, in Burlington.
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Lizzy Bube and her mom, Adria, traveled to the the Champlain Valley Down Syndrome Group Buddy Walk in Burlington from Randolph, VT, on September 26, 2021.
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Thomas Mentzer and his sister, Megan, came from Ferrisburgh to attend the Champlain Valley Down Syndrome Group Buddy Walk on September 26, 2021, in Burlington.
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Sophia Russotti Pigeon and her mom, Janice Russotti, at the Champlain Valley Down Syndrome Group Buddy Walk on September 26, 2021, in Burlington.
Cat Cutillo
About 180 people from across Vermont gathered in Burlington’s Battery Park on Sunday, September 26, for the annual Champlain Valley Down Syndrome Group Buddy Walk.
Cat Cutillo
About 180 people from across Vermont gathered in Burlington’s Battery Park on Sunday, September 26, for the annual Champlain Valley Down Syndrome Group Buddy Walk.
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Cat Cutillo
About 180 people from across Vermont gathered in Burlington’s Battery Park on Sunday, September 26, for the annual Champlain Valley Down Syndrome Group Buddy Walk.

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