When Farmington resident Zane Ray was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in November, he gave himself one goal to work toward.
"My real goal is to be able to throw a baseball with my grandson again," Ray said.
Ray lost other skills when he was diagnosed with the disease, too. He lost his ability to use a screwdriver, which has taken away the joy he had working on his cars.
He's gaining that skill back, though, and he credits exercise for that. Part of that is his recent participation in a boxing class, hosted by Beat Parkinson's Today, at the Farmington Senior Center.
"I already do other exercises," Ray said. "I've added some of...