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Updated: 05/30/2014 11:43:03AM

Streets packed at October Gallery Walk

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Local artist Becky VanPelt displays her latest painting at Sunart Gallery & Frames during Gallery Walk on Oct. 17.

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The Royal Order of the Ponce de Leon Conquistadors hand out their trademark beads to Roberta and David Lott are Lou Culman and John Rice during Gallery Walk on Oct. 17.

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Dogs are always welcome at Gallery Walk. Posing with their Pomeranians are Jim Parker with Maya and Liz Ameruso with Dexter.

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A couple of Punta Gorda’s model some of the clothing on sale at Giuditta's. Looking very stylish are Rachel Keesling, vice mayor of Punta Gorda, and Laura Fassett.

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Local resident Sam Sanders considers himself one lucky man surrounded by all of these women during Gallery Walk on Oct. 17. From left are Ricky Markle, Michelle Johns, Sanders, Debbi Phillips and Candy Hays.

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Out for a leisurely dinner at River City Grill during Gallery Walk are Port Charlotte residents Luis and Joann Castro.

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Out for a leisurely dinner at River City Grill during Gallery Walk are Port Charlotte residents Luis and Joann Castro.

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Lobbying for child hunger are Amy Moodie-Cox and Angela Kirshy. The two put in countless hours with the Yah Yah Girls, Inc., the organization in charge of the Back Pack Kidz program.

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Practicing their moves to the delight of the Gallery Walk audience are cheerleaders for the Charlotte Warriors Pop Warner football program.

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Robin Jenkkins, a veterinarian from the Peace River Wildlife Center, posed for a photo with the center’s newest resident, a newborn squirrel who had been dropped off after being abandoned. Lucky little Jaiden Parry was there just in time to name the little ball of fur “Gracie.”

BY DONNELL BATES

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The streets in downtown Punta Gorda were overflowing with locals and returning snowbirds during Gallery Walk on Oct. 17.

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