Dozens of day care students wear pink for breast cancer walk

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BRIDGEPORT -

Kids in Bridgeport bundled up in the chilly air and spent time outside all for a good cause.

Newfield Avenue was filled with pink as 61 students from St Mark's Day Care participated in a Walk for Breast Cancer.

It’s the school's way to support charities like Norma Pfriem Breast Center and People with Cancer. 

Teachers says it’s important for students to learn about the disease at a young age.

This is the first year the school has held the walk. Officials plan on making it an annual event.

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