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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

About 50 people enjoyed games of Putt-Putt at All American Fun Park Friday to support people with Multiple Sclerosis.

Fun Park donated part of the proceeds to the M-S foundation.

Facts about the disease were posted at each hole and prizes were raffled off.

Volunteers say it's important to support south Georgians with M.S.

"We have a lady that is very close to us and she tries to not let it take over her everyday life, but it's a struggle everyday and so we just want to get the message out their and let people know we need to find a cure," said Carey Willis.

You can help by taking part in the Multiple Sclerosis walk Saturday, March 16 at the Albany Municipal Auditorium.

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