The Spina Bifida Association of Indiana hosted its seventh annual Walk-N-Roll event Sept. 22 at Lions Park in Zionsville. The event raises money to support Hoosiers with spina bifida through research, scholarships, education and more. In addition to taking a lap around the park, kids enjoyed face painting, met fairy princesses and Sparky the Fire Dog, played with therapy dogs provided by Love on a Leash and rode in Corvettes provided by members of Corvette Indy. The kids also had the opportunity to pet exotic animals, from armadillos to owls, provided by Silly Safari. Photographers participated to give the kids a way to remember their day, which included games such as giant Jenga and Connect 4. The event raised nearly $30,000 and was supported by 60 volunteers and attended by 288 guests. For more about the Spina Bifida Association of Indiana, visit sbain.org. For more photos, visit flickr.com/photos/12221948@N06/sets/72157701453871064.