March 29, 2015
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Al Palm works on his balance and strength, with the help of occupational therapist Emily Querna, left, and his daughter Joelle, on Dec. 2 at his home in northwest Spokane.
Dec. 12, 2013 in Washington Voices on Page S1
In June, Al Palm was going to the gym and karate classes up to five days a week. He has a concrete brick that he broke into two pieces with …
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