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Taking steps for babies

  • Genna Martin / The Herald

  • Dominic Alvarez, 5, plays after crossing the finish line.

    Genna Martin / The Herald

    Dominic Alvarez, 5, plays after crossing the finish line.

  • Almost 1,000 people turned out to support the cause, raising more than $240,000 to help prevent premature birth, birth defects and infant loss.

    Genna Martin / The Herald

    Almost 1,000 people turned out to support the cause, raising more than $240,000 to help prevent premature birth, birth defects and infant loss.

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  • Genna Martin / The Herald

  • Dominic Alvarez, 5, plays after crossing the finish line.

    Genna Martin / The Herald

    Dominic Alvarez, 5, plays after crossing the finish line.

  • Almost 1,000 people turned out to support the cause, raising more than $240,000 to help prevent premature birth, birth defects and infant loss.

    Genna Martin / The Herald

    Almost 1,000 people turned out to support the cause, raising more than $240,000 to help prevent premature birth, birth defects and infant loss.

Shelby and Issac Loehr, of Everett, brought their 10-month-old daughter, Nelah, to the Providence Everett Neonatal Intensive Care Unit reunion in Legion Park on Saturday. Providence NICU doctors and nurses had a chance to reconnect with families and their children, like Nelah, who were born premature and spent time at Providence. The event was part of the March of Dimes' 2013 March for Babies.

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