Join these communities for the Walk to End Alzheimer’s – Part 1

From Pullman to Port Angeles, our 16 Walks to End Alzheimer’s across Washington and Northern Idaho cover a lot of ground. Below are the first eight walks of 2017. Register for any of them at alz.org!

Tri-Cities – September 9, Columbia Park

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Tacoma – September 10, University of Puget Sound

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Moses Lake – September 16, Yonezawa Park

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Bremerton – September 16, Louis Mentor Boardwalk

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Port Angeles – September 17, Port Angeles Gateway

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Redmond – September 17, Redmond Town Center

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Pullman – September 23, Toyota of Pullman

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Mt. Vernon – September 23, Downtown Mt. Vernon

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Check back next week for the other eight walks in our region!

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