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Walk for Memories helps Alzheimer Society of B.C.

Taking part at the event held at BCIT’s Sea Island campus were (left to right) 2013 honouree Michael Tham, Susan Tham, John Stewart and 2014 honouree Elizabeth Stewart. - Patrick Tham
Taking part at the event held at BCIT’s Sea Island campus were (left to right) 2013 honouree Michael Tham, Susan Tham, John Stewart and 2014 honouree Elizabeth Stewart.
— image credit: Patrick Tham

The annual Investors Group Walk for Memories returned to Richmond on Sunday as participants raised funds for support services for those who face Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia as well as research. Among those taking part at the event held at BCIT’s Sea Island campus were 2013 honouree Michael Tham, Susan Tham, John Stewart and 2014 honouree Elizabeth Stewart. Organized by the Alzheimer Society of B.C., the walk took place in 23 communities across B.C.

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