Archive | October, 2013

SEA Club – Seniors Enjoying Art

31 Oct

SEA Club- Seniors Enjoying Art– An arts program created by Michaella Lynch for Alzheimer’s and Dementia Patients at Westminster Canterbury Retirement Home.

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Resident Grace Bisese and Michaella Lynch

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Why I Walk to End Alzheimer’s

21 Oct

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By Becki Sims

I want to take you by the hand.

I want you to come with me.

Come with me to a place where you can see how Alzheimer’s disease affects lives every day.

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Why I Walk to End Alzheimer’s

10 Oct
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Ashley Jordan, YAAA! Member

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Why I Walk to End Alzheimer’s

6 Oct
Meghan Dalessandro participated in the Western Tidewater Walk to End Alzheimer’s® from Guam, where her husband is stationed!
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This man is my motivation. My Papa. Eugene L. New.

Today would have been my papa’s birthday. Our first one without him….

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Why I Walk to End Alzheimer’s

4 Oct
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By Robin Sexauer

This year will be very different as I am walking in memory of my father, Robert W. Sexauer.  For the past 10 years I have co-chaired the Yuk Yuk & Joe’s Restaurant Team with Kathleen Peirson on the Eastern Shore and walked in honor of my father with my dog, also known as his four-legged grandchild, Goggles.  After each walk, I was able to go see him and tell him all about the Walk and how much money we raised.  This year I cannot do that. 

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Why I Walk to End Alzheimer’s

1 Oct

Erin Miller is the Volunteer Walk Chair for the Farmville Walk to End Alzheimer’s®. She is the Vice President of Philanthropic Service of Sigma Kappa Sorority at Longwood University. Erin is a senior at Longwood who came from Richmond. While the Walk to End Alzheimer’s is part of Sigma Kappa’s National Philanthropy, Erin has a personal passion for the cause because her grandfather passed away from Alzheimer’s in 2012 at the age of 89.

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