Hundreds came out for the 25th annual Minnesota Walk for Parkinson Disease May 12 at Hilde Performance Center in Plymouth.
Groups of family, friends, neighbors and others wore shirts to show their support, carried signs about why they were part of the Walk and enjoyed the beautiful morning weather in the Plymouth City Center area.
Nearly 100 volunteers were on hand to help out at the event. Volunteers manned the registration sign-in stands and snacks stand for participants.
The May 12 Plymouth event included a "Movement" pavilion, which offered demonstrations of all kinds of movement activities that Parkinson's patients could benefit from, including Tai Chi, dance and more.
According to the event's website as of Saturday afternoon, the fundraising was 76 percent to goal. The goal was to raise $156,000 and the money tallied so far included $118,906.
The top teams and what they raised included:
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