Walking and rolling at MS Sunset Stroll

  • Kilinahe Smith, Rachel Hines, Kellie Hines, Keala Wann

  • Sandy Howatt, Lorraine Wichman, Sharron Weber

  • Kelly Robb, Candice Schwalbach - Guam, Lynn Tilker, Lori Wamstad - Del Mar, California

  • Sandy Howatt, Lynn Tilker - Del Mar, California, Kelly Robb

  • Yurika Noda, Tryson Shigemoto, Vienna

  • Gwyn, Arryl Kaneshiro

  • Trish Robinson, Dixie Prichard, Willie Prichard, Joe Robinson

  • Ashley Parducci, Guiliana Kirkcaldie, Jaime Arreola

  • Charmaine Higashi, Kelly Broadus, Stacey Satta, Shanon Makanui

  • Sandy Poenhelt, Janis Martinez

  • Molly, Rob Mariano - Chicago, Illinois

  • Jeaneth, Yasmien Panoy

  • Jerry Correa, Gabby Ornellas, Ronnie Toki

KAPAA — More than 250 people showed up to demonstrate their support for the battle against multiple sclerosis Saturday during the annual MS Walk and Roll (it’s called the MS Walk elsewhere) at Kapaa Beach Park.

Utilizing Ke Ala Hele Makalae, the Kapaa multi-use path, strollers and rollers enjoyed the clearing afternoon and fellowship of other combatants against MS as well as people living with MS by walking for about a mile while engaging in a poker run around the Kapaa Beach Park encampment, bidding on silent auction bargains, and enjoying grinds from Duke’s Canoe Club.

In total, the group met its goal of raising more than $40,000 while having a fun afternoon.


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