OXFORD, Miss. (WTVA)--The first ever Buddy Walk was held in Oxford on Sunday. The event is held nationally to raise awareness for Down Syndrome.
"I think its great. Look at the weather and look at this crowd, a huge crowd," Oxford Mayor Pat Patterson said. "Look behind us what a great event. This makes you proud of your community."
Thanks to your support, 21 United was able to host an All Camp at Camp Hopewell this summer. Everyone had fun! The kids had a really good time with all the activities and the parents got together for educational events.
21 United's third annual Buddy Walk has been scheduled for October 9th, 2016. This year's celebration will be held @thearmory in the on the corner of 18th and University. Online registration is closed, but you are welcome to come and register onsite tomorrow starting at 1 o'clock. We hope to see you then!!
We are excited to announce our second annual All Camp at Camp Hopewell July 7th and 8th 2017. Please email email@example.com for registration information
The 2019 Buddy Walk presented by 21 United has been scheduled for Sunday October 13th at the old Army Pavilion.
The Sunday afternoon event will start at 2 p.m. DJ Sammy Kim will again provide music. Medal presentations and the walk are scheduled for 3:30 p.m. In addition to the walk, the event will include balloon animals, food and beverages, a magic show, bounce houses, face painting, fire trucks, kids’ games and a t-shirt for all participants. Walker registration is $10 for adults and $5 for children ages 13 and under. Buddy Walk friends with special needs may participate for free. Participants are encouraged to pre-register by clicking here