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Walking for Those Who Can't

WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH -- About 300 people and their dogs walked the Wrightsville Beach Loop on Saturday to raise money for Carolina Canines. 

The organization trains dogs and then gives them to disabled people as a guide or assistance dogs. 

One participant, Lucy Lee, said she has trained and given away three dogs -- and cried every time -- but she knows it's for a good cause. 

A spokesperson for Carolina Canines said the walk was an enourmous success and they hope even more people will hit the loop next year.

Reported By: Kim Gebbia

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