Walk to Defeat ALS
Join us at a Walk to Defeat ALS event near you - where you can make a difference in the lives of those living with ALS! Walk Day is full of fun - celebrating those who are living with ALS and those who have passed, seeing old friends, games, music, and of course FUNdraising! We have Walks coming up in Rapid City, Fargo, St. Cloud, Rochester, St. Paul, and Sioux Falls.
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