Taking care of Mom: Why I Walk

My name is Don Sweet. I live in Yakima with my wife Cindy. We have been married for five years now. I work as a Job Developer at a nonprofit organization that trains and employs adults with disabilities. I am the Walk Chair for the Yakima Walk to End Alzheimer’s and the captain of Team Cha Cha (more to come on the name later). My … Continue reading Taking care of Mom: Why I Walk

Fieldstone Memory Care: Why I Walk

Our vision for engaged and healthy residents is closely tied to finding a cure for Alzheimer’s. That’s why we continue to put our support behind the Alzheimer’s Association, and why we’re inviting you to join the Walk efforts this year so we can continue to pave the way for a cure. Continue reading Fieldstone Memory Care: Why I Walk

Honoring my wife and lifelong partner: Why I Walk

By: Bob Reinholt My name is Bob Reinholt and I live in East Wenatchee. I am retired after spending nearly my entire working career in the fruit business in the Yakima Valley. We have three grown children and seven grandchildren. I met my wife George Ann while we were both attending the University of Washington in 1956. George Ann was a Tacoma girl. After we … Continue reading Honoring my wife and lifelong partner: Why I Walk