The 2017 Art of Making of Making Memories
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Join us in 2017 for the Greater Cincinnati Chapter's premier spring benefit inspired by the Chapter's award-winning Memories in the Making® art program. Guests will enjoy a tapas-style dinner, wine, beer and an optional cash bar, live entertainment, raffle, exciting auctions as well as the displayed artwork of individuals affected by Alzheimer's disease or a related dementia.
For more information, or to join the event planning committee, please contact Sarah Rieger at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (513) 721-4284 (ext. 118).
Thank You for Making 2016 Benefit A HUGE Success!
Thanks to all of our generous guests, donors and corporate sponsors for making the 2016 Art of Making Memories such a success. More than 650 people attended the benefit at Horseshoe Cincinnati, raising nearly $200,000 for the Alzheimer's Association of Greater Cincinnati. A special thanks to Phyllis and Don Neyer for serving as honorary chairs for the event.
2015 Benefit Raises $200,000
We wish to thank all of our guests, donors, corporate sponsors and volunteers for making the 2015 Art of Making Memories such a success. Nearly 600 guests helped to raise more than $200,000. A special thanks to Kevin Kline and his staff at the Horseshoe Casino for all their support.
Flutterby was an exhibit of 17 pieces of original artwork and narrative by award-winning artist and writer Andrea Kay (pictured, right, with Alzheimer's Association of Greater Cincinnati Executive Director Paula Kollstedt. Ms. Kay's artwork is of her father during the time he had Alzheimer's disease. Her work reflects the power of art to communicate when words fail. The artwork and a stage performance premiered at the Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center in 2010.
The 2012 Art of Making Memories
Thanks in large part to the outstanding work of the event planning committee, the support of numerous volunteers and the generosity of our guests and sponsors, the 2012 Art of Making Memories benefit at the Taft Museum of Art on May 3 raised nearly $125,000! The David Kohnen family (pictured below) served as honorary chairs for the event.
Board member Amy Kahn