Metro Detroit’s Walk 4 Friendship

The Friendship Circle’s annual WALK4FRIENDSHIP is expected to draw thousands of metro Detroiters to West Bloomfield today to raise money and awareness for children with special needs and their families. This year’s goal is to raise more than $600,000 that will go to programming and other support needs. But it’s much more than a walk, and includes entertainment, kids workshops, carnival rides, delicious foods and an art competition.

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