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Dear Family and Friends:
I started showing symptoms of Parkinson's in late 2008. I went to see my doctor who sent me for a MRI and I was diagnosed in March of 2009 Since then, my Parkinson's has progressed to a point where I lose my balance and have to rely on a cane to get aroiund. My speech has gotten worse and my voice is quieter (lower in volume).
This is my fifth year for the Parkinson's SuperWalk. I want to thank everyone who contributed last year and ask you for your support again this year in our continued fight to find a cure. The walk this year is on Saturday, Septtember 14th, 2019 and is being held at the J.C. Saddington Park, 53 Lake St, Mississauga, ON L5B 3Y3. I will join thousands of other Canadians who take part in this SuperWalk. Together we raise funds for education and support services, not only for people with Parkinson's, but also for their caregivers and family members too, in communities across Canada. This annual event also raises funds for research into the cause of Parkinson's, better treatment and hopefully one day, a cure. When you walk with me or sponsor me, you bring us closer to this year's goal. Every dollar means new hope.
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