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Alzheimer's Walk in Bemidji

Kris Kolstad of Merifield, Minn., was visiting her son and nephew at hockey camp and heard about Tuesday night's Alzheimer's Walk. A quick trip to Pamida for T-shirts and markers and they all had matching shirts for the event. On the front it rea...

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Kris Kolstad of Merifield, Minn., was visiting her son and nephew at hockey camp and heard about Tuesday night's Alzheimer's Walk. A quick trip to Pamida for T-shirts and markers and they all had matching shirts for the event. On the front it read "4 Grandma" in honor of Kolstad's mother, Louise. They were part of the 30-plus participants in the walk. From left are Kris, Kristina Kolstad, 9, Karrina Myhre, 14, Luke Kolstad, 13, and Zac Myhre, 11. Pioneer Photo/Monte Draper

Kris Kolstad of Merifield, Minn., was visiting her son and nephew at hockey camp and heard about Tuesday night's Alzheimer's Walk. A quick trip to Pamida for T-shirts and markers and they all had matching shirts for the event. On the front it read "4 Grandma" in honor of Kolstad's mother, Louise. They were part of the 30-plus participants in the walk. From left are Kris, Kristina Kolstad, 9, Karrina Myhre, 14, Luke Kolstad, 13, and Zac Myhre, 11. Pioneer Photo/Monte Draper

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