Crowds spin out for travel to better ALS, Carolina Brewsfest
May 1, 2016 - als
HIGH POINT, N.C. – Despite a soppy and humid weather, hundreds of people came out to support a travel to better ALS.
It was a dual mile travel starting during Center City Park in Greensboro on Saturday and FOX8’s Bob Buckley was there to uncover his support.
ALS is mostly referred to as “Lou Gehrig’s Disease” and robs people of a ability to walk, speak and eventually breathe.
More investigate could make a large difference. This year, 185 walks will be hold opposite a country, lifting $239 million in a final decade.
What goes good after completing a half marathon? A good qualification beer. Runners had fun during a second annual Carolina Brewsfest in High Point on Saturday.
There was copiousness of song and food also during this festival in downtown High Point.