Nearly 150 participated in a fundraising and campaign event for the West Virginia March of Dimes on Sunday afternoon.
A walk was held at the VA Park in Clarksburg.
Some walked to help the March of Dimes succeed in the future, while others walked in appreciation for what it has already done.
"We try to make sure every baby gets a healthy start. We do these walks and things in the community so people who have been affected by March of Dimes can give back and help with our research and development," said Michele Skaggs, West Virginia March of Dimes.
For more information about the March of Dimes, click here