Cherries raise hope for Amy

Tony and Coral Gallasch raised $21,000 for beta-propeller protein associated neurodegeneration (BPAN) research through gate fees during the cherry season.

A Hills couple has raised thousands of dollars for a charity close to their heart through gate fees during their last cherry harvest.
Amy Gallasch, the daughter of Tony and Coral Gallasch, who own Cherries at Verdun, was diagnosed with a rare degenerative neurological disease in 2014, when there were only 25 known cases worldwide.