Walking to end Alzheimer’s


People could pick out the flower color that applied to them before the start of the Sidney-Shelby County Walk to End Alzheimer’s on the courtsquare Saturday, Sept. 23. Purple flowers are for people who have lost someone, Orange are for people who support the cause but have not been effected, yellow are for caregivers and blue are for people living with alzheimer’s disease.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Josie Borchers, 2, of Russia, daughter of Josie and A.J. Borchers, discovers her flower has lost one of its petals at the opening ceremony of the Sidney-Shelby County Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday, Sept. 23. The ceremony was held on the courtsquare.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Edward Jones representative DiAnne Karas, right, of Sidney, talks about how Edward Jones is a Walk to End Alzheimer’s National Presenting Sponsor during the opening ceremony of the Sidney-Shelby County Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday, Sept. 23. Karas highlighted how Alzheimer’s damages its customers relationships and finances as reasons the company has gotten involved. Listening to Karas speak is Sidney Mayor Mike Barhorst, left.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Kay Wendeln, of Russia, cheers as groups are recognized during the opening ceremony of the Sidney-Shelby County Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday, Sept. 23. Wendeln’s group “Chuck Wagon” raised $8,730 to fight Alzheimer’s. The group is named in honor of Wendeln’s husband Charlie Wendeln.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

People were asked to raise their flowers when their colors and their meanings were called out during the opening ceremony of the Sidney-Shelby County Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday, Sept. 23.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

People walk along West South Street during the Sidney-Shelby County Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday, Sept. 23.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Catherine Kerber, 10, of Perrysburg, daughter of Nathan and Carrie Kerber, holds up a white flower which represents the first Alzheimer’s survivor when a cure is found. The white flower was revealed during the opening ceremony of the Sidney-Shelby County Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday, Sept. 23.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Darryl Mann, of Sidney, walks with his Connection Point team in the Sidney-Shelby County Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday, Sept. 23. Mann raised $1,000 dollars for his team.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

People could pick out the flower color that applied to them before the start of the Sidney-Shelby County Walk to End Alzheimer’s on the courtsquare Saturday, Sept. 23. Purple flowers are for people who have lost someone, Orange are for people who support the cause but have not been effected, yellow are for caregivers and blue are for people living with alzheimer’s disease.

Josie Borchers, 2, of Russia, daughter of Josie and A.J. Borchers, discovers her flower has lost one of its petals at the opening ceremony of the Sidney-Shelby County Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday, Sept. 23. The ceremony was held on the courtsquare.

Edward Jones representative DiAnne Karas, right, of Sidney, talks about how Edward Jones is a Walk to End Alzheimer’s National Presenting Sponsor during the opening ceremony of the Sidney-Shelby County Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday, Sept. 23. Karas highlighted how Alzheimer’s damages its customers relationships and finances as reasons the company has gotten involved. Listening to Karas speak is Sidney Mayor Mike Barhorst, left.

Kay Wendeln, of Russia, cheers as groups are recognized during the opening ceremony of the Sidney-Shelby County Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday, Sept. 23. Wendeln’s group “Chuck Wagon” raised $8,730 to fight Alzheimer’s. The group is named in honor of Wendeln’s husband Charlie Wendeln.

People were asked to raise their flowers when their colors and their meanings were called out during the opening ceremony of the Sidney-Shelby County Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday, Sept. 23.

People walk along West South Street during the Sidney-Shelby County Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday, Sept. 23.

Catherine Kerber, 10, of Perrysburg, daughter of Nathan and Carrie Kerber, holds up a white flower which represents the first Alzheimer’s survivor when a cure is found. The white flower was revealed during the opening ceremony of the Sidney-Shelby County Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday, Sept. 23.

Darryl Mann, of Sidney, walks with his Connection Point team in the Sidney-Shelby County Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday, Sept. 23. Mann raised $1,000 dollars for his team.

People could pick out the flower color that applied to them before the start of the Sidney-Shelby County Walk to End Alzheimer’s on the courtsquare Saturday, Sept. 23. Purple flowers are for people who have lost someone, Orange are for people who support the cause but have not been effected, yellow are for caregivers and blue are for people living with alzheimer’s disease.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/09/web1_SDN092517Alzheimers8.jpgPeople could pick out the flower color that applied to them before the start of the Sidney-Shelby County Walk to End Alzheimer’s on the courtsquare Saturday, Sept. 23. Purple flowers are for people who have lost someone, Orange are for people who support the cause but have not been effected, yellow are for caregivers and blue are for people living with alzheimer’s disease. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Josie Borchers, 2, of Russia, daughter of Josie and A.J. Borchers, discovers her flower has lost one of its petals at the opening ceremony of the Sidney-Shelby County Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday, Sept. 23. The ceremony was held on the courtsquare.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/09/web1_SDN092517Alzheimers7.jpgJosie Borchers, 2, of Russia, daughter of Josie and A.J. Borchers, discovers her flower has lost one of its petals at the opening ceremony of the Sidney-Shelby County Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday, Sept. 23. The ceremony was held on the courtsquare. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Edward Jones representative DiAnne Karas, right, of Sidney, talks about how Edward Jones is a Walk to End Alzheimer’s National Presenting Sponsor during the opening ceremony of the Sidney-Shelby County Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday, Sept. 23. Karas highlighted how Alzheimer’s damages its customers relationships and finances as reasons the company has gotten involved. Listening to Karas speak is Sidney Mayor Mike Barhorst, left.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/09/web1_SDN092517Alzheimers6.jpgEdward Jones representative DiAnne Karas, right, of Sidney, talks about how Edward Jones is a Walk to End Alzheimer’s National Presenting Sponsor during the opening ceremony of the Sidney-Shelby County Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday, Sept. 23. Karas highlighted how Alzheimer’s damages its customers relationships and finances as reasons the company has gotten involved. Listening to Karas speak is Sidney Mayor Mike Barhorst, left. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Kay Wendeln, of Russia, cheers as groups are recognized during the opening ceremony of the Sidney-Shelby County Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday, Sept. 23. Wendeln’s group “Chuck Wagon” raised $8,730 to fight Alzheimer’s. The group is named in honor of Wendeln’s husband Charlie Wendeln.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/09/web1_SDN092517Alzheimers5.jpgKay Wendeln, of Russia, cheers as groups are recognized during the opening ceremony of the Sidney-Shelby County Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday, Sept. 23. Wendeln’s group “Chuck Wagon” raised $8,730 to fight Alzheimer’s. The group is named in honor of Wendeln’s husband Charlie Wendeln. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

People were asked to raise their flowers when their colors and their meanings were called out during the opening ceremony of the Sidney-Shelby County Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday, Sept. 23.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/09/web1_SDN092517Alzheimers4.jpgPeople were asked to raise their flowers when their colors and their meanings were called out during the opening ceremony of the Sidney-Shelby County Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday, Sept. 23. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

People walk along West South Street during the Sidney-Shelby County Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday, Sept. 23.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/09/web1_SDN092517Alzheimers1.jpgPeople walk along West South Street during the Sidney-Shelby County Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday, Sept. 23. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Catherine Kerber, 10, of Perrysburg, daughter of Nathan and Carrie Kerber, holds up a white flower which represents the first Alzheimer’s survivor when a cure is found. The white flower was revealed during the opening ceremony of the Sidney-Shelby County Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday, Sept. 23.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/09/web1_SDN092517Alzheimers3.jpgCatherine Kerber, 10, of Perrysburg, daughter of Nathan and Carrie Kerber, holds up a white flower which represents the first Alzheimer’s survivor when a cure is found. The white flower was revealed during the opening ceremony of the Sidney-Shelby County Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday, Sept. 23. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Darryl Mann, of Sidney, walks with his Connection Point team in the Sidney-Shelby County Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday, Sept. 23. Mann raised $1,000 dollars for his team.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/09/web1_SDN092517Alzheimers2.jpgDarryl Mann, of Sidney, walks with his Connection Point team in the Sidney-Shelby County Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday, Sept. 23. Mann raised $1,000 dollars for his team. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

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