MINNEAPOLIS - Over 97,000 Minnesotans live with the effects of a stroke, but it’s just a number unless it’s personal – your parent, child, spouse, sibling or YOU.
On May 20th at Long Lake Regional Park Pavilion in New Brighton, hundreds of walkers will join in the fight against stroke to raise funds and awareness about stroke that affects everyone from the prenatal to the elderly.
The 16th Annual Strides for Stroke Walk celebrates the passion, efforts and accomplishments of individuals who have sustained a stroke.
Join us for this family friendly event to honor and recognize all Minnesotans affected by stroke and the loved ones who support them.
You can help support the Minnesota Stroke Association to ensure that stroke survivors and their families are connected to critical support services now and in the future.
YOU can make a difference! Donate and register to Walk at www.strokemn.org.
Walks will also be taking place in Duluth, Mankato and St. Cloud.
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