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APDA saddened by the loss of Robin Williams

New exercise study on the use of a stationary bike in PD beginning in Boston

An exercise research study is beginning at the  Boston University Center for Neurorehabilitation.

On the Cape this summer: Enriching Lives, Engaging Spirits Parkinson's Dance & Exercise Class

YMCA Cape Cod will host an exercise and dance class for people with Parkinson's disease.

Annual Parkinson Support Network of Cape Cod Fall Fling to take place on September 21st

The Parkinson Support Network of Cape Cod (PSN) will hold its annual Fall Fling at the Cap Codder Resort and Spa on Sunday, September 21st.

New sessions of Tai Chi classes starting this month in Arlington & Newton

Jane Arsham teaches Tai Chi classes tailored to people living with Parkinson's disease, Dystonia, Multiple Sclerosis, and other movement disorders.

$145,000 raised to date at 28th Annual APDA Massachusetts Parkinson Walkathon

The 28th Annual American Parkinson Disease Association Massachusetts Walkathon took place on Sunday, May 4, 2014 at the Reebok International Headquarters in Canton. The Walkathon raised over $145,000 for Parkinson's disease research and the national APDA Information & Referral Center network. Click the title to read more about the Walk and see some great pictures from the day's events.

New Dance for PD® class beginning in Northampton

Come dance! This class is modeled after the Dance for PD® classes developed by the Mark Morris Dance Group and Brooklyn Parkinson Group and is designed specifically for individuals with Parkinson's Disease and their spouses, family members, friends, and care givers.

New support group to begin in Mashpee, MA

The Parkinson Support Network of Cape Cod is pleased to announce a new Parkinson's Support Group in greater Mashpee starting Thursday, June 12, 2014.

Yoga teachers receive PD certification

riYoga Boston in Waltham and APDA Massachusetts combined to provide yoga teacher training in Parkinson's disease.

Community Wellness Exercise Programs beginning June 10th in Watertown, MA

A Community Wellness Exercise Program will be beginning soon at Community Rehab Care in Watertown, MA.

PD biomarker research taking place in Boston

The goal of this study is to identify one or more biomarkers of Parkinson's disease.

New clinical drug trial starting in Boston

The study involves taking a once-daily capsule of study medication and monthly visits to a clinic throughout the study.

April is Parkinson's Awareness Month

April is Parkinson's Awareness Month.

Community Wellness Exercise Program beginning April 15th in Salem, NH

A new Community Wellness Exercise Program session will be beginning soon at Northeast Rehabilitation Hospital in Salem, NH.

Parkinson's Disease Support Group in Acton, MA

The Inn at Robbins Brook holds a support group for those with Parkinson's disease, family members, and caregivers.

Organize a Walk-a-Thon Team!

The number of teams registering for the annual APDA Massachusetts Chapter Walk-a-Thon has skyrocketed, to nearly 80 last year. Teams frequently organize around family groups, and imany teams give themselves fun names (e.g. Psalm 68: I Will not be Shaken, Muscles In Motion) or family names to honor a family member with PD (e.g. The Stanton Clan, Kay's Girls, Papa's Angels, etc.). This article further describes the team concept and how to get your team registered.

New Community Wellness Exercise Program beginning March 24, 2014 in Wenham, MA

A Community Wellness Exercise Program for people with Parkinson's disease will be starting Monday, March 24, 2014 at Gordon College Center for Balance, Mobility, and Wellness in Wenham, MA.

FDA approves new medication to treat orthostatic hypotension

The FDA has approved a new medication, Northera, to treat neurogenic orthostatic hypotension.

New Community Wellness Exercise Programs beginning March 2014 in Framingham & Northampton, MA

Community Wellness Exercise Programs for people with Parkinson's disease will be starting Tuesday, March 4, 2014 in Norhampton and Monday, March 24, 2014 in Framingham.

New sessions of Tai Chi classes starting next month in Arlington & Newton

Jane Arsham teaches Tai Chi classes tailored to people living with Parkinson's disease, Dystonia, Multiple Sclerosis, and other movement disorders.

Gentle Movement, Dance, & Yoga for PD ongoing in Hadley, MA

Gentle Movement, Dance, and Yoga for Parkinson's Disease with Donna Brooks are ongoing at Pioneer Valley Wellspring in Hadley, MA.

APDA MA granting four scholarships this year to high school seniors

The American Parkinson Disease Association Massachusetts Chapter will be granting four $500 scholarships to eligible high school seniors.

Social Self-Management of Parkinson's Disease study underway at Tufts University and Boston University Medical Center

Tufts University, in collaboration with Boston University Medical Center, is excited to announce a new study exploring how social activities, relationships, and health change over time for people with Parkinson's disease.

APDA MA Chapter Walk Kick-Off Meeting

APDA MA Chapter Walk Kick-Off Meeting will take place on Saturday, January 25, 2014 at Newton-Wellesley Hospital from 10:00am to 11:30am.

Center for Neurorehabilitation at BU Sargent College is conducting an exercise study

Please click here to learn more.

New Parkinson Caregiver Support Group beginning in January

New sessions of Tai Chi classes starting in Arlington & Newton

Jane Arsham teaches Tai Chi classes tailored to people living with Parkinson's disease, Dystonia, Multiple Sclerosis, and other movement disorders. Visit Moving Easy for more information.

4th Annual Musical Benefit to Fight Parkinson's Disease raises $1,600 for APDA MA

The 4th Annual Musical Benefit to Fight Parkinson's Disease, organized by Sean Danehy, raised $1,600 for APDA MA.

Yoga teacher training course coming in April 2014

APDA MA and TriYoga Boston will hold a yoga teacher training program in April.

Study on Mobile Health Technology to Promote Physical Activity in Persons with Parkinson Disease starting in Boston

A new study on exercise study is beginning at Boston University's Center for Neurorehabilitation.

Caregiving Power Hour conference call to take place this Sunday, October 20th

The Caregiving Power Hour is a conference call offering coaching, community, and caring in the gift of an hour of sacred time that can really make a difference.

Community Wellness Exercise Program sessions beginning soon in multiple areas

Several Community Wellness Exercise Programs are starting new sessions this fall.

Next session of the PSN 2013 Educational Series happening September 13th

Dr. Samuel Frank will present at the next session of the PSN 2013 Educational Series on September 13th.

New Community Wellness Program starting in Newton, MA this September

A new Community Based Wellness Program will begin at the West Suburban YMCA in Newton, MA.

Generous family donates medical supplies

Please click the title to see a list of donated items that are available to someone in need.

APDA MA Chapter president receives two volunteer service awards

Needham resident Volodymyr "Vlad" Lyczmanenko recently received two awards recognizing his work with the American Parkinson Disease Association (APDA) on behalf of the Parkinson community.

Strike Parkinson’s Bowling Tournament raises funds for APDA MA

On Saturday, July 27th, the Strike Parkinson's Bowling Tournament took place to raise funds for the Massachusetts Chapter of the American Parkinson Disease Association.

Yoga for PD in Massachusetts

Yoga can be a great way for people with Parkinson's disease to add beneficial exercise and relaxation to their lives.

New session of Dance for Parkinson's at Urbanity Dance in Boston

Urbanity Dance is offering a free five-week session of dance classes for individuals with Parkinson's disease.

Shawn Thornton Foundation Falmouth Road Race Team to benefit APDA MA

Support the Shawn Thornton Foundation Falmouth Road Race Team!

Parkinson's Disease Family Caregiver Series to take place October & November 2013

The Parkinson's Disease Family Caregiver Series will take place this fall at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital Cape Cod.

New Chair Yoga classes being offered at TriYoga Boston in Waltham

New Chair Yoga classes begins this month at TriYoga Boston in Waltham, MA.

Dr. David Sommer joins APDA MA Chapter Board

Dr. David Sommer has joined the Board in 2013 as an advisor to the Massachusetts Chapter of the American Parkinson Disease Association.

APDA MA Scholarship recipients announced

Three high school seniors were the recipients of this year's APDA Massachusetts Scholarships.

$164,500 Raised to Date at 27th Annual APDA Massachusetts Parkinson Walkathon

The 27th Annual Massachusetts Parkinson Walkathon was a record-breaking success, raising $164,500 to date. The Walk took place on Sunday, June 9, 2013 at the Reebock International Headquarters in Canton, MA. Click the title to read more about the Walk and see some great pictures from the day's events.

 

 

 

Paw Sox night brings awareness to Parkinson's

Five-hundred people attended the Paw Sox game on Saturday, June 15th organized by the American Parkinson Disease Association Massachusetts and Rhode Island Chapters and Team DominACHIN.

APDA MA support group leader training takes place in Deerfield

On Thursday, May 30th, the Parkinson's support group leaders of western Massachusetts gathered for a Support Group Leader Meet & Greet.

APDA director’s research highlighted in WSJ

Terry Ellis, PhD, PT, NCS, director of the APDA National Resource Center for Rehabilitation at Boston University, was the lead author in a study recently featured in the American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and the Wall Street Journal.

New children’s book addressing Parkinson’s

A Treasure Hunt for Mama and Me, written by Massachusetts residents Renee Le Verrier and Samuel Frank, MD, addresses the topic of coping with parental illness.

APDA Family Caregiver Program held May 23rd at Braintree Rehabilitation Hospital

A generous grant from the DeSantis family honoring the memory of their mother Ruth was used to provide an informational program for family caregivers.

New PD dance & exercise class at YMCA Cape Cod

A new Parkinson dance and exercise class is ongoing at the YMCA Cape Cod. Join at any time.

APDA MA representatives to attend National Association of Social Workers Nursing Home Conference

American Parkinson Disease Association I&R Center Co-Coordinator Allyson Gormley, LICSW will exhibit at the National Association of Social Workers Nursing Home Conference.

Join APDA MA at this year's 7News Health & Fitness Expo

APDA MA has been invited to take part as an exhibitor in the 6th annual 7News Health and Fitness Expo.

New Dance for PD classes at Urbanity Dance in Boston

Urbanity Dance in Boston, MA is having a free five-week session of dance classes for individuals with Parkinson's disease.

New Community Wellness Program in Northampton, MA beginning May 7th

A new Community Wellness Program will begin at the Hampshire Regional YMCA on May 7th.

CurePSP Family Conference for PSP, CBD, & MSA to be held on Saturday, April 27th

On Saturday, April 27th, Cure PSP will hold a conference for individuals and families affected by PSP, CBD, and MSA.

2Sisters Senior Living Advisors to attend upcoming Brookline PD Support Group meeting

Representatives from 2Sisters Senior Living Advisors will discuss Choosing an Assisted Living Community at the Brookline PD Support Group meeting on Friday, April 5th.

Petition to increase swallowing disorder research

A petition has been developed to address the lack of funding and awareness of swallowing disorders.

APDA Massachusetts granting three scholarships this year

The American Parkinson Disease Association Massachusetts Chapter will be granting three $500 scholarships to eligible high school seniors.

Parkinson's Call-In Day to protect PD research funding is Wednesday, February 27th

Join thousands of advocates in calling congress to protect funding for Parkinson's disease research.

Volunteers needed for study on work and disability in Boston or Worcester

The University of Massachusetts Medical School's Center for Health Policy and Research is conducting a study to understand the types of health care services people with disabilities need in order to work or return to work.

Renee Le Verrier's paintings on display in Newburyport throughout the month of January

Renee Le Verrier's artwork will be on display at Plum Island Coffee Roasters during the month of January.

New session of Yoga for Parkinson's Disease beginning January 8th in Brookline

A new session of Yoga for Parkinson's Disease will begin in Brookline on Tuesday January 8th.

Adult Family Care program for Somerville and Cambridge residents

This program is sponsored by Somerville Cambridge Elder Services and benefits both individuals with a disability and their caregivers.

Walkathon Kick-Off Meeting to take place on January 12th

On Saturday, January 12, 2013, join APDA Massachusetts Board members, Information & Referral Center staff, and volunteers to make plans for this year's Walkathon.

Health care professional needed to co-facilitate Framingham PD Support Group

The Framingham Parkinson's Disease Support Group is currently looking for a health care professional to co-facilitate meetings.

APDA Parkinson Support Group of Greater Boston gains a new facilitator

For more information on the APDA PSGGB, contact Karen Baker at psggbinfo@gmail.com or 508-446-5093.

Yoga teacher training course coming in April

APDA MA joins TriYoga Boston in offering a special course for teachers who have students with Parkinson's disease.

JF&CS adult child support series coming in January

Jewish Family and Children's Service will hold a three-part series for adult children of parents with Parkinson's disease on January 8, 15, and 22, 2013.

11th Annual McMahon Golf Tournament

McMahon Golf TournamentProceeds of this year's 11th's Annual McMahon Golf Tournament will once again be donated to the American Parkinson Disease Association Massachusetts Chapter.

 

 

 

 

New chair yoga class at TriYoga in Waltham

A new chair yoga class will be held on December 1, 2012 at TriYoga Boston in Weymouth, MA.

Upcoming Brookline PD Support Group meeting

Join the Brookline Parkinson's Disease Support Group on Friday, December 7th for How to Access Community Resources presented by Ruth Beckerman-Rodau, Assistant Director at Sprinwell.

Parkinson's Disease Presentation in South Weymouth

Dr. Albert J. Marano will present Treatment Updates in Parkinson's Disease.

New session of Yoga for Parkinson's Disease beginning in Brookline

A new session of yoga classes taught by Keith Beasley will begin Tuesday, November 6, 2012 at Inner Space in Brookline, MA.

APDA Veterans Center Fall 2012 Newsletter now available

The APDA Veterans Center in Reno, Nevada is dedicated to supporting and improving the lives of veterans with Parkinson's disease. Please click here to view their Fall 2012 newsletter.

Community Wellness Exercise Program begins October 15th in Springfield

A new Community Wellness Exercise Program for people with Parkinson's disease is beginning soon at the Jewish Community Center in Sprinfield, Massachusetts on Monday, October 15th

Allsup True Help Disability Web Expo on Thursday, September 27th

The national office of the American Parkinson Disease Association is collaborating with Allsup for the Allsup True Help Disability Web Expo tomorrow, Thursday, September 27th from 10:00am to 5:00pm.

J.R. Brody's/McMahon Golf Tournament to benefit the APDA

J. R. Brody's Roadside Tavern is joining up with the 11th Annual McMahon Golf Tournament to help raise funds for the APDA.

New session of Yoga for Parkinson's Disease beginning in Brookline

A new session of yoga classes taught by Keith Beasley will begin in Brookline on September 11th.

Boston Bruin Shawn Thornton holds third annual Putts and Punches for Parkinson's

On August 8th, Shawn Thornton and the Bruin’s Foundation held their third annual Putts and Punches for Parkinson's golf tournament to benefit APDA MA.

New support group in Milford, MA

There is a new Parkinson's disease support group meeting at Milford Regional Medical Center.

UPDATE: Schedule change for new Brookline yoga class

The new eight-week yoga class beginning soon in Brookline will now take place on Tuesdays from 10:30 to 11:30am, beginning on July 10th.

New sessions of Tai Chi classes beginning in Newton & Arlington

Jane Arsham teaches Tai Chi classes tailored to people living with Parkinson's disease, Dystonia, Multiple Sclerosis, and other movement disorders. Visit Moving Easy for more information.

Save the Date: The New England Regional Biennial Parkinson's Conference

The New England Regional Biennial Parkinson's Conference will take place in Sturbridge, MA on November 4 and 5, 2012.

New sessions of Tai Chi classes beginning in Arlington and Newton

Jane Arsham teaches Tai Chi classes tailored to people living with Parkinson's disease, Dystonia, Multiple Sclerosis, and other movement disorders. Visit www.movingeasy.org for more information.

New APDA yoga class starting in Brookline, MA

A new eight-week session of yoga classes will begin on Wednesday, July 11, 2012.

Nutirition information available from this year's Winchester Symposium

The 17th Annual "Alan Tarin" Winchester Parkinson Symposium was held at the Jenks Senior Center on June 7th.

Jewish Family & Children's Services announces two new programs

The JF&CS will offer two new programs for individuals with Parkinson's this summer.

Paw Sox tickets are here!

On Thursday, June 28, 2012 at 7:05pm, the Pawtucket Red Sox will face the Charlotte Knights at McCoy Stadium.

Orange County Parkinson's Wellness Conference & Webcast coming June 15th

The APDA National Young Onset Center and the National Parkinson Foundation's (NPF) Orange County Chapter are joining together to bring you a unique learning opportunity.

New Blog article by Mike Achin!

State officials proclaim April as Parkinson's Disease Awareness Month

Massachusetts has proclaimed April as Parkinson's Disease Awareness Month.

Fourth annual Parkinson’s Disease Forum takes place on April 13th

Parkinson's disease doctors and scientists gathered on April 13th to present their research.

Benjamin Wolozin, MD, PhD to speak at Parkinson’s Support Group of Greater Boston

Please join the Parkinson’s Support Group of Greater Boston in welcoming guest speaker Benjamin Wolozin, MD, PhD. on Saturday, November 19th.

APDA representative at the Worcester Senior Center Health Fair 4.27.2012

APDA Board member Denyse Turpin, RN, MPH will be at the Worcester Senior Center Health Fair on Friday, April 27th.

The Optimistic Yogi

In honor of Parkinson's Awareness Month, yoga instructor Renee Le Verrier, RYT, is raising awareness of the benefits of yoga practice for those living with Parkinson's disease.

Regional support group leader meeting

On Thursday, March 29th, support group leaders from the Boston area met to share ideas and strategies to improve their groups.

APDA representatives to appear on Stoneham TV

For Parkinson's awareness month, APDA Information & Referral Center staff will participate in Stoneham TV, organized by Howard Porter.

26th Annual Massachusetts Parkinson Walkathon brings in over $135,000 for Parkinson's research!

The 26th Annual Massachusetts Parkinson's Walkathon was a success, bringing in over $135,000 for Parkinson's disease research. The Walk took place on Sunday, June 3, 2012 at the Reebok International Headquarters in Canton, MA. Please click the title to read more about the Walkathon and see some great pictures from the day's event.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All photos complements of Cory Bretty Photography.

Enjoy a day of Arts & Movement

Enjoy a day of classes that will get you and your creativity flowing. Specifically designed for people living with Parkinson’s, workshops include yoga, tai chi, dance, and creative writing.

Preparing for your neurology appointment

Meeting with your neurologist and healthcare team will be most productive if you take the time to prepare before your appointment.

Spring Tulip Celebration

Members of the APDA Parkinson community came together at April's Spring Tulip Celebration to recognize the wonderful work done every day in Massachusetts.

Retreat to be held by the Spirited Movement Foundation

The Spirited Movement Foundation - a foundation offering retreats for people living with chronic illness and their caregivers - has an upcoming retreats.

New excercise program starting in Norwood

The Norwood Council on Aging is starting a new exercise class for individuals with Parkinson's disease.

Parkinson's Disease: A Practical Approach to Evaluation & Treatment for the Physical Therapist

Designed by physical therapists for physical therapists, this course will provide practical, evidence based knowledge on how to effectively evaluate and treat individuals with Parkinson's disease.

2012 Walkathon date announced

The 26th Annual APDA Massachusetts Walkathon has been scheduled for Sunday, June 3, 2012.

New exercise study for people with Parkinson's disease currently enrolling

The Center for Neurorehabilitation at Sargent College, Boston University invites eligible individuals to participate in a new exercise study for people with Parkinson's disease.

Parkinson's Disease: Hope Through Research video now available online

On October 20th, the American Parkinson Disease Association and the McGovern Institute for Brain Research at MIT co-hosted a seminar to discuss advances in Parkinson's disease research. The video of this seminar may be viewed online by clicking here.

APDA National Young Onset Center announces that Northeast Young Onset Parkinson Conference webcast is now available

The APDA National Young Onset Center announced today that the Northeast Young Onset Parkinson Conference webcast is now available.

Updated information from APDA Center dedicated to Veterans' Services

The APDA Information & Referral Center in Reno, Nevada is dedicated to supporting and improving the lives of Veterans with Parkinson's disease. I & R Center Coordinator, Susan Gulas, RN, MSN, has been kind enough to share this update for veterans with us.

A Busy October for the APDA

The APDA has been busy in the community this fall. Here are three educational programs that took place this month.

Tai Chi classes currently enrolling for the new year

Tai Chi class sign-ups for the new year are currently ongoing. Please visit www.movingeasy.org for more information.

New support group and exercise program beginning this November in Ashland

The Information & Referral Center is pleased to announce a new support group and exercise program, both beginning this fall in Ashland.

Updates on yoga in the Parkinson's community

Yoga teachers are invited to attend Part II of the Yoga Teacher Training series.

DaTScan approved by the FDA

A new type of imaging scan called DaTScanTM has been recently approved by the FDA to be used to improve the diagnosis of Parkinsonian disorders. Boston University Medical Center an APDA Advanced Center of Excellence is among the first institutions in the country to offer this scan.

New study recruiting at Sargent College, Boston University

The Center for Neurorehabilitation at Sargent College, Boston University invites you to participate in a research study to promote walking in people with Parkinson’s disease.

Lotsa Helping Hands webinar to take place on Wednesday, October 26th

Lotsa Helping Hands is a web-based caregiving coordination service that allows family and friends to create a community of assistance for a caregiver whose daily tasks have become a challenge. A free training webinar will take place from 12:00 to 1:00pm on Wednesday, October 26, 2011.

APDA/NPF Young Onset Conference is coming to New England October 21st & 22nd

Julie Sacks, LCSW, Director of the APDA National Young Onset Center has announced that the Fifth Regional APDA/NPF Young Onset Educational Symposium will take place in Providence, Rhode Island on October 21st and 22nd.

Wash for a Cause: New England Car Wash Association supports APDA throughout September

This September, the APDA Massachusetts Chapter is teaming up with the New England Car Wash Association (NECA) for a special fundraiser - Wash for a Cause.

4th Dopa Golf Tournament for the Fight Against Parkinson's Disease

Once again, APDA Massachusetts Chapter Board Vice-President Bob Tullis has come through with a fun-filled day of golf for a good cause.

Boston Bruin Shawn Thornton holds 2nd Annual Putts & Punches for Parkinson's

The Massachusetts Chapter of the APDA greatly appreciates the tremendous support of Shawn Thornton, Erin McEvoy, and the Bruins Foundation, as well as the many volunteers whose hard work made this day possible.

Parkinson's disease specialists participate in “Physician Focus” television program



Boston Medical Center Parkinson’s disease specialists Dr. Samuel Frank and Dr. Anna Hohler participated in the August edition of Physician Focus with the Massachusetts Medical Society. The show took an in-depth look at Parkinson’s disease. Physician Focus is available in 260 communities across Massachusetts.

Click here to watch this edition of Physician Focus.

Optimism Can Take You Anywhere - Support our New England neighbor, Bob Preston

On July 3rd, Bob Preston set off on a boating journey from Rhode Island to Northern Maine, where he will then turn around and head to the Florida Keys. Along the 5,000 mile trip, he will be promoting APDA and doing his best to raise awareness and funding for Parkinson's research. He is calling his adventure Optimism Can Take You Anywhere Tour. Bob's goal is to raise $150,000 with all of the money going to the American Parkinson Disease Association.

APDA MA - Summer Arts & Movement Weekend held in June

Forty-five people living with or caring for a person with Parkinson's gathered in late June for the Parkinson's Arts & Movement Weekend. Individuals from the nearby North Shore and from as far as western Canada convened at Adelynrood Conference and Retreat Center in Byfield, Massachusetts, to sing, dance, and celebrate creativity.

2nd Annual Edmond J. Safra Visiting Nurse Faculty Program takes place in Boston

Recognizing the important role nurses play in the care of patients and families living with Parkinson’s disease, the Edmond J. Safra Foundation awarded a grant to support the second annual Visiting Nurse Faculty Program. The program was held June 20th to 24th at Boston University Medical Center. The goal of this program was to provide up-to-date information on the care needs of Parkinson patients to faculty.

New Tai Chi class to begin November 1st in Arlington and Needham

Jane Arsham, founder and principal instructor of Moving Easy, conducts Tai Chi classes designed specifically for individuals with Parkinson's disease. New class sessions will begin the week of November 1st in both Arlington and Needham.

Puritan Lodge Masons Parkinson's Disease Benefit

A very generous $9,000 donation was provided to APDA from a fundraiser organized by Lars Johnson.

 

 

 

 

Greg Rice has new CD

25th Annual Massachusetts Chapter Walkathon a great success

The 25th Annual Massachusetts Parkinson's Walkathon was a success. The Walk took place on Sunday, June 5, 2011 at the Reebok International Headquarters in Canton, MA. Each year, the walk is organized and run by a group of hard-working volunteers. Thanks to these volunteers, as well as the thousands of individual walkers and team members who participated, we have raised over $130,000 for Parkinson's disease research!

Please click the title to read more about the Walkathon and see some great pictures from the day's event.

Headline photo complements of Cory Bretty Photography.