Gillian Trumper is Port Alberni's honouree for the 2016 Investor's Group Walk for Alzheimers.

Video: Gillian Trumper 2016 Walk for Alzheimer’s Alberni honouree

Gillian Trumper is this year's Investor's Group Walk for Alzheimer's honouree.

Making memories matter is important to this year’s Investors Group Walk for Alzheimer’s Alberni Valley honouree, Gillian Trumper.

Join Trumper on Sunday, May 1 at Glenwood Centre to walk for Alzheimers.

For more information on participation, donating or volunteer opportunities, visit www.walkforalzheimers.ca.

Read the full story in Tuesday’s paper or online.

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