• Joshua Morrison/News A Walk to End Alzheimer’s was held on Saturday morning at Ariel-Foundation Park. Supporters, clad in purple, walked around the park after a brief ceremony and hearing from Mount Vernon Mayor Richard Mavis, United States Congressman Bob Gibbs and Northwest Ohio Alzheimer’s Association Executive Director Julia Pechlivanos. The walk had 20 teams with over 100 participants on a two-mile course through the park.
  • Joshua Morrison/News A Walk to End Alzheimer’s was held on Saturday morning at Ariel-Foundation Park. Supporters, clad in purple, walked around the park after a brief ceremony and hearing from Mount Vernon Mayor Richard Mavis, United States Congressman Bob Gibbs and Northwest Ohio Alzheimer’s Association Executive Director Julia Pechlivanos. The walk had 20 teams with over 100 participants on a two-mile course through the park.
  • Joshua Morrison/News A Walk to End Alzheimer’s was held on Saturday morning at Ariel-Foundation Park. Supporters, clad in purple, walked around the park after a brief ceremony and hearing from Mount Vernon Mayor Richard Mavis, United States Congressman Bob Gibbs and Northwest Ohio Alzheimer’s Association Executive Director Julia Pechlivanos. The walk had 20 teams with over 100 participants on a two-mile course through the park.
  • Joshua Morrison/News A Walk to End Alzheimer’s was held on Saturday morning at Ariel-Foundation Park. Supporters, clad in purple, walked around the park after a brief ceremony and hearing from Mount Vernon Mayor Richard Mavis, United States Congressman Bob Gibbs and Northwest Ohio Alzheimer’s Association Executive Director Julia Pechlivanos. The walk had 20 teams with over 100 participants on a two-mile course through the park.
  • Joshua Morrison/News A Walk to End Alzheimer’s was held on Saturday morning at Ariel-Foundation Park. Supporters, clad in purple, walked around the park after a brief ceremony and hearing from Mount Vernon Mayor Richard Mavis, United States Congressman Bob Gibbs and Northwest Ohio Alzheimer’s Association Executive Director Julia Pechlivanos. The walk had 20 teams with over 100 participants on a two-mile course through the park.
  • Joshua Morrison/News A Walk to End Alzheimer’s was held on Saturday morning at Ariel-Foundation Park. Supporters, clad in purple, walked around the park after a brief ceremony and hearing from Mount Vernon Mayor Richard Mavis, United States Congressman Bob Gibbs and Northwest Ohio Alzheimer’s Association Executive Director Julia Pechlivanos. The walk had 20 teams with over 100 participants on a two-mile course through the park.

 

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