Around Town: Walking tall against a crippling disease
by TP staff
Apr 25, 2013 | 1008 views | 0 0 comments | 8 8 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Walkers head out from Tracy Toyota on Naglee Road during the ALS walk on Sunday, April 21.  Courtesy Photo
Walkers head out from Tracy Toyota on Naglee Road during the ALS walk on Sunday, April 21. Courtesy Photo
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Walkers make their way along the 1.6 mile course during the ALS walk on Sunday, April 21.  Courtesy Photo
Walkers make their way along the 1.6 mile course during the ALS walk on Sunday, April 21. Courtesy Photo
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Ronnie Lott speaks to the crowd at Tracy Toyota on Naglee Road before the start of the ALS walk on Sunday, April 21.  Courtesy Photo
Ronnie Lott speaks to the crowd at Tracy Toyota on Naglee Road before the start of the ALS walk on Sunday, April 21. Courtesy Photo
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Residents joined former San Francisco 49er Ronnie Lott on a 1.6-mile walk to raise money to find a cure for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as Lou Gherig’s disease.

The event began at Tracy Toyota and wrapped up with a barbecue and music.
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