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Arlington 'Zombie Walk' raises funds for kids' art supplies

ARLINGTON — Fogdog Gallery on Olympic Avenue is teaming up with the Downtown Arlington Business Association to stage Arlington's first "Zombie Walk," to raise money for art supplies for local middle and high school-aged young people.

"After I met a student in my gallery one day who was unable to do her art at home because she couldn't afford the supplies, I decided to try and do something about it," said Claire Cundiff, owner of Fogdog Gallery.

The event kicks off at 2:30 p.m. on Oct. 29 in the parking lot across the street from Julie's Barber Shop, located at 413 N. Olympic Ave. in Arlington.

The cost to participate is $5, all of which will go toward the fund.

Artscape Photography has offered to take digital photos for additional donations at Fogdog Gallery for the duration of the day.

Applications for the event can be found online at www.fogdoggallery.com and on the DABA website at http://arlingtonwa.org.

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