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Photo Gallery: Walk for Independence in Costa Mesa

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Ben Fallas gets a bubbly reception from Ellyn Hale as he participates in Saturday’s Walk for Independence presented by Project Independence, a Costa Mesa-based nonprofit that supports people with developmental disabilities.

 (Photo by Spencer Grant)
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Royce Piana plays with a giant bubble before Saturday’s Walk for Independence at Costa Mesa’s TeWinkle Park.

 (Photo by Spencer Grant)
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Pastor SonHye Kim of Cornerstone United Methodist Church in Placentia greets participants in the Walk for Independence on Saturday in Costa Mesa.

 (Photo by Spencer Grant)
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Meningitis patient Blanca Delecto leads the procession at Saturday’s Walk for Independence, a fundraiser for people with developmental disabilities, at TeWinkle Park in Costa Mesa.

 (Photo by Spencer Grant)
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Becca Walker, second from right, and Brennan Tobin from Cal State Fullerton high-five participants in the Walk for Independence on Saturday at TeWinkle Park in Costa Mesa.

 (Photo by Spencer Grant)
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Youngsters get ready to hit the trail for Saturday’s Walk for Independence at Costa Mesa’s TeWinkle Park.

 (Photo by Spencer Grant)
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German Hernandez helps Walk for Independence participants limber up before Saturday’s event.

 (Photo by Spencer Grant)
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Denise Jones, Linda Verry and Heather Wilson arrive for Saturday’s Walk for Independence in Costa Mesa.

 (Photo by Spencer Grant)
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Rose Megrete collects her Walk for Independence paraphernalia before Saturday’s fundraiser in Costa Mesa to help developmentally disabled people.

 (Photo by Spencer Grant)
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