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Walk To End Alzheimer's
Posted on Wednesday, October 01 @ 19:34:19 CDT (80 reads)
Announcements Glynne Pascal & Corrine Butcher (of Promenade Circle) will be participating in the Walk To End Alzheimer's on November 15th. Their team name is Purple Passion.

Alzheimer's disease has brought broken hearts to their family. Glynne's brother-in-law, Robert Stroh Sr., former faculty of the University of Florida is suffering from the disease. Robert Sr. is also the son-in-law of Sheryl Pascal Gormley (of Mayfair Lane).

The 2 mile walk will begin and end at the Riverfront Park on Beach Street in Daytona Beach (near Jackie Robinson Ball Park).
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