Strolling in Seaside,
fighting Parkinson’s

The Strolling in Seaside team walked along the Promenade from Avenue U to the Seaside Aquarium July 25 to bring awareness to Parkinson's Disease as part of the Northwest Parkinson's Foundation's 2015 Team Parkinson's campaign.

SEASIDE — A Seaside team raised awareness and more than $2,600 for the Northwest Parkinson’s Foundation during the fundraising event “Strolling in Seaside.”.

Led by captain Tina Sawyer, a Seaside resident, and her loyal companion, Anniken Sawyer, a 2-year-old cockapoo, the group walked along the Promenade from Avenue U to the Seaside Aquarium. The event in late July was an extension of the foundation’s second annual “Walk in the Park,” held the same day in Seattle. People with Parkinson’s disease, care partners, professionals and friends walked a 2-mile course at Magnuson Park to raise awareness and funds.


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