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Local residents KidneyWalk for the cure

Volunteers, residents, the ADSS cheerleading squad and Mayor John Douglas came out to support the KidneyWALK at Blair Park on Sunday, Aug. 11. - KATYA SLEPIAN/Alberni Valley News
Volunteers, residents, the ADSS cheerleading squad and Mayor John Douglas came out to support the KidneyWALK at Blair Park on Sunday, Aug. 11.
— image credit: KATYA SLEPIAN/Alberni Valley News
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