Eric Amador, left, will be honored at next weekend’s Walk to Defeat ALS for his fundraising and advocacy to find a cure for the disease.
Eric Amador, left, will be honored at next weekend’s Walk to Defeat ALS for his fundraising and advocacy to find a cure for the disease. Briseno, Andrea Courtesy of the ALS Association
Eric Amador, left, will be honored at next weekend’s Walk to Defeat ALS for his fundraising and advocacy to find a cure for the disease. Briseno, Andrea Courtesy of the ALS Association

ALS Association to host 15th annual Walk to Defeat ALS

October 22, 2016 02:06 PM

UPDATED October 25, 2016 06:12 PM

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