The Longest Day Festival

The Longest Day Festival (June 17–20) The Longest Day Festival and Walking Tour Multiple Locations (less than a mile) The Longest Day Festival Monday, June 20 is the longest day of the year and the first official day of summer. It’s also the day the Alzheimer’s Association chooses to raise awareness and financial support forContinue reading “The Longest Day Festival”

Come climb for the cause with COVA Magazine

Coastal Virginia Magazine and the Adventure Park at Virginia Aquarium in Virginia Beach are challenging climbers to join our team or sponsor us to raise much needed funds for the Alzheimer’s Association for research and family support.

Ugly Fish. Beautiful fundraiser.

Coelacanth Brewing is a locally-owned Brewery located in the Historic Warehouse District of Ghent. Come out Wednesday June 15 4:30 – 9:00 pm to try interesting, hand-crafted ales & lagers in a relaxing atmosphere with a portion of the proceeds benefiting the Alzheimer’s Association fundraiser The Longest Day.

Bold Beer Friday Fundraiser

Come out to a craft beer tasting at the Bold Mariner Brewing Company on  Friday June, 10 from 4:00 to 9:00 p.m. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Alzheimer’s Association fundraiser for The Longest Day. With 8 distinctive hand crafted brews on tap there is something for everyone to enjoy. Bold Mariner Brewing Company is locatedContinue reading “Bold Beer Friday Fundraiser”

Alzheimer’s Association Releases Statement on Reagan Movie

STATEMENT: RE: RONALD REAGAN MOVIE APRIL 29, 2016 CONTACT: Alzheimer’s Association, 312.335.4078, You can attribute this text to Harry Johns, Alzheimer’s Association president and CEO. “The Alzheimer’s Association is appalled that anyone would plan to develop a film that satirizes an individual living with Alzheimer’s or another dementia. Would filmmakers consider using a fatalContinue reading “Alzheimer’s Association Releases Statement on Reagan Movie”

Cycling for The Longest Day

Terry Miller’s brother Jerry decided to use this summer to remove one item from his bucket list, and cycle/camp across the country from the Atlantic (Neptune’s statue in Virginia Beach) to the Pacific (San Francisco), and Terry decided to join him for the first week. Terry’s father, Jack W. Miller, passed away this past October from complications from Alzheimer’s, and he thought The Longest Day would be a good way to raise money for The Alzheimer’s Association, and to honor his father.