2018-09-13 / Editorial

Did You Hear?

by Alex MacPhail


From left, James Lubanovich, Nicole Prisco and Senior Associate Director Rachael Bulmer, were on hand representing the Michael J. Fox Foundation from New York City on Saturday, Sept 8 at the New England Parkinson’s Ride in Old Orchard Beach. The foundation is dedicated to raising funds, support and awareness for Parkinson’s research. (Alex MacPhail photos) From left, James Lubanovich, Nicole Prisco and Senior Associate Director Rachael Bulmer, were on hand representing the Michael J. Fox Foundation from New York City on Saturday, Sept 8 at the New England Parkinson’s Ride in Old Orchard Beach. The foundation is dedicated to raising funds, support and awareness for Parkinson’s research. (Alex MacPhail photos)


Manchester, New Hampshire resident Kate St Onge, event assistant with the New England Parkinson’s Ride, distributes information and tickets to vendor Daniel Belquer, a self-described “mad scientist,” director of technology contributing to Not Impossible Labs, a collaborative crowd-solving group dedicated to substantive solutions to real world problems, who were distributing and showcasing products that provide relief for Parkinson’s disease symptoms. Manchester, New Hampshire resident Kate St Onge, event assistant with the New England Parkinson’s Ride, distributes information and tickets to vendor Daniel Belquer, a self-described “mad scientist,” director of technology contributing to Not Impossible Labs, a collaborative crowd-solving group dedicated to substantive solutions to real world problems, who were distributing and showcasing products that provide relief for Parkinson’s disease symptoms.

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