Michele Devlin of Sequim, pictured here with her mother Debi Turner and her twin children, will be participating in the North Olympic Peninsula Walk to End Alzheimer’s for the third year in a row. She walks in honor of her mom, Debi Turner, who lost her battle with Alzheimer’s disease and breast cancer in December 2018. Submitted photo

Michele Devlin of Sequim, pictured here with her mother Debi Turner and her twin children, will be participating in the North Olympic Peninsula Walk to End Alzheimer’s for the third year in a row. She walks in honor of her mom, Debi Turner, who lost her battle with Alzheimer’s disease and breast cancer in December 2018. Submitted photo

Olympic Peninsula’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s set for Oct. 5

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