Carrie Holt, left, and Kayla Clements attend a meet-your-buddy event at Myers Park United Methodist Church in Charlotte last October. Holt and 5-year-old Kayla, who has Down's syndrome, met through Playing for Others, a Charlotte non-profit group that gives creative-minded youths a chance to make a difference in their community. Below, the pair take part in the 2007 Buddy Walk.
Carrie Holt, left, and Kayla Clements attend a meet-your-buddy event at Myers Park United Methodist Church in Charlotte last October. Holt and 5-year-old Kayla, who has Down's syndrome, met through Playing for Others, a Charlotte non-profit group that gives creative-minded youths a chance to make a difference in their community. Below, the pair take part in the 2007 Buddy Walk.
Carrie Holt, left, and Kayla Clements attend a meet-your-buddy event at Myers Park United Methodist Church in Charlotte last October. Holt and 5-year-old Kayla, who has Down's syndrome, met through Playing for Others, a Charlotte non-profit group that gives creative-minded youths a chance to make a difference in their community. Below, the pair take part in the 2007 Buddy Walk.

Teaching teens

March 13, 2008 12:36 AM