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HELPING HANDS: March for Babies ... Autism Awareness event ... Funds for Shriners

o March for Babies: The March of Dimes March for Babies will begin 9 a.m. Saturday with registration at Grand Cities Mall in Grand Forks. The walk will begin at 10 a.m. Info: www.marchforbabies.org.

• March for Babies: The March of Dimes March for Babies will begin 9 a.m. Saturday with registration at Grand Cities Mall in Grand Forks. The walk will begin at 10 a.m. Info: www.marchforbabies.org .

• Egeland family benefit: A benefit for Jami Egeland and her sons Aaron, 9; Michael, 7; and Isaac, seven months; will be Saturday at Fisher (Minn.) Public School with supper and games. Egeland's husband, David Egeland, 36, of Fisher, died July 26 in a car accident near town. A supper will be 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. April 20 with a silent auction and kids' games 5 to 7 p.m.

• Autism Awareness event: For Autism Awareness Month, RiverView Health in Crookston will hold an event for anyone who has been touched by autism from 1:30 to 3 p.m. Saturday in the Rehab Department. Fun events will be set up for youth and adults, including face painting, balloon animals and build-your-own ice-cream sundaes. An iPad and an AmericInn pool party will be given away; register by April 15 to win. Info: RiverView, (218) 281-9463.

• Funds for Shriners Hospitals: ChiroRx Chiropractic & Wellness Care, 2625 24th Ave. S., Grand Forks, is seeking help raising $1,000 for Shriners Hospital for Children through Saturday. Every donation of $25 will put the donor's name in a raffle for a $50 gift card to Scheels. Donations by patients can also result in discounts. Info: (701) 746-7979.

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