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Thousands of dollars raised to fight Alzeheimer's in Door County

Participants and donors for this year’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s in Sturgeon Bay raised nearly $14,000 to battle the disease at the local level. The $14,000 will help fund Alzheimer’s research and help expand services like support groups, education, referral services, and advocacy efforts. Spencer Feivor, who was a member of the Edward Jones team at the walk, previously told DoorCountyDailyNews.com that he could see how much the cause means to the area. 

 

 

The walk took place on Saturday and was held in person for the first time in two years. Executive Director of the Alzheimer’s Association Wisconsin Chapter David Grams said that they’re grateful for how the local community rallied together to bring awareness and funds to support their mission.

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