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Walking for a cause: People head out to Greenfield Park for the Walk to Defeat ALS

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WEST ALLIS -- Walking for an important cause. Happening Sunday, October 8th at Greenfield Park, the Walk to Defeat ALS.

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About Walk to Defeat ALS (website)

Full of heart in the heart of Wisconsin, the Milwaukee Walk to Defeat ALS (2K) is a special event where ALS patients, families and supporters come together to honor those they've lost to the disease and support those who are currently battling it. The event also features free food and drink, live music, a special event T-shirt and more. All proceeds benefit ALS Association Wisconsin Chapter.

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Registration opens at 8:00 a.m.

Walk begins at 10:00 a.m.

To join the conversation, visit vsals.org and use #vsALS on social media.

If you have any questions about registering online, please email Addie addie@alsawi.org, or call (414)831-3993.

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