Walking to end Alzheimer’s


Courtney Deutsch, of Oakwood, talks about who her dad Charlie Wendeln was before developing Alzheimer’s and passing away. Deutsch now helps run Team Chuck Wagon which raises money for the Sidney Walk to End Alzheimer’s. Deutsch talked during a program at the start of the Sidney Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday, Sept. 24.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

People take part in the Sidney Walk to End Alzheimer’s in downtown Sidney Saturday. The walk started after a short program held on the courtsquare. Speakers talked about the painful impact Alzheimer’s has on an individual and their family members.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Courtney Deutsch, of Oakwood, talks about who her dad Charlie Wendeln was before developing Alzheimer’s and passing away. Deutsch now helps run Team Chuck Wagon which raises money for the Sidney Walk to End Alzheimer’s. Deutsch talked during a program at the start of the Sidney Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday, Sept. 24.

People take part in the Sidney Walk to End Alzheimer’s in downtown Sidney Saturday. The walk started after a short program held on the courtsquare. Speakers talked about the painful impact Alzheimer’s has on an individual and their family members.

Courtney Deutsch, of Oakwood, talks about who her dad Charlie Wendeln was before developing Alzheimer’s and passing away. Deutsch now helps run Team Chuck Wagon which raises money for the Sidney Walk to End Alzheimer’s. Deutsch talked during a program at the start of the Sidney Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday, Sept. 24.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_SDN092716Alzhiemers2-1.jpgCourtney Deutsch, of Oakwood, talks about who her dad Charlie Wendeln was before developing Alzheimer’s and passing away. Deutsch now helps run Team Chuck Wagon which raises money for the Sidney Walk to End Alzheimer’s. Deutsch talked during a program at the start of the Sidney Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday, Sept. 24. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

People take part in the Sidney Walk to End Alzheimer’s in downtown Sidney Saturday. The walk started after a short program held on the courtsquare. Speakers talked about the painful impact Alzheimer’s has on an individual and their family members.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_SDN092716Alzhiemers1-1.jpgPeople take part in the Sidney Walk to End Alzheimer’s in downtown Sidney Saturday. The walk started after a short program held on the courtsquare. Speakers talked about the painful impact Alzheimer’s has on an individual and their family members. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News
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