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2015 ALZ Stars/Race for the Brain Team

Saturday, May 1 and Sunday, May 2

 

We race for a cause. We race for those children whose parents cannot remember their names. We race for those spouses who slowly watch the ones they love slip away. Whatever your reason, we race to save the brain.

Perhaps you are looking for a way to honor a family member, support needed Alzheimer caregiver programs or simply reach a fitness goal. When you join the ALZ Stars/Race for the Brain Team, you are racing and raising money for the estimated 5.2 million Americans that are currently living with Alzheimer's disease and the 10 million baby boomers that are expected to develop this fatal disease. Unlike other charitable teams, you will not be signing a contract, but simply giving a pledge to raise funds and awareness in the fight against Alzheimer's disease.

For more information about ALZ Stars, please visit: http://act.alz.org/CincyALZStars2015 or contact Special Events Coordinator Jeff Dehner at (513) 721-4284 or jdehner@alz.org.

 

2014 Lead Corporate Sponsor

www.kmklaw.com

 


A Look Back...
ALZ Stars Race for the Brain at 2014 Flying Pig Marathon

Thanks to the generous support of sponsors, donors and the ALZStars/Race for the Brain Team at the 2014 Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon, over $17,000 was raised to benefit the Alzheimer's Association of Greater Cincinnati.

Race for the Brain team members


Spirit squad ready to cheer on the runners at daybreak.

Board member David Custer


2014 Corporate Sponsors

 

  www.kmklaw.com

Amy B. Sells Realty Team

Biomet, Inc.

Dempsey & Siders Agency

Structured Innovations

The Kenwood by Senior Star



 

 

 


 

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