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  Originally Published on: 5/3/2014

The Ohio Buckeye Chapter of the Multiple Sclerosis Society held a benefit walk in Lexington. The walk was held to promote awareness of Multiple Sclerosis, and to let people with MS know there's places in the community to turn to.

"It also helps people who don't have MS understand it," said Roxanne Edgington, a volunteer for the MS Society. The walk was held at the Lexington Senior Civic Center, and over 200 people showed up to support the cause. All proceeds go to help fund research for MS and to look for ways to prevent it.

   
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