Waterdown team raises $2,400 for McMaster Alzheimer's walk
Sarah Wilson (left) congratulates Christie Ellinger, Edna Aarlaht and Christine Koszarny on raising $2,400 for the McMaster Make Memories for...
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Waterdown team raised $2,400 for McMaster Alzheimer's walk

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