Thousands Turn Out To March For Babies
It's an fundraising tradition in Gainesville, and this year thousands of people marched for babies.
More than 6,000 people formed teams and came out to walk and raise awareness about premature babies.
Betsy Trent, the executive director for the North Central Florida March of Dimes, says with the outstanding support so far, she anticipates raising $815,000 by the end of the year.
Gainesville hosted the first March for Babies walk. Columbia, Putnam and Marion countries will have their walks in April.
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