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Blondes vs. Brunettes
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Blondes vs. Brunettes®

The Alzheimer’s Association Blondes vs. Brunettes® (BvB) Indianapolis is a volunteer-driven chapter event in the form of a flag football game for women, designed to bring young professional community leaders together to raise funds and awareness for the Alzheimer’s Association.

The two teams of women – divided to reflect the age-old rivalry between blondes and brunettes, attend practices and participate in a series of events leading up to game day to socialize and increase awareness for Alzheimer’s disease. In addition, each player works to raise a minimum of $250, to benefit the care, support and research efforts of the Alzheimer’s Association.  

If you are interested in being on a team in 2015, please contact Denise Fosnaugh at dfosnaugh@alz.org or call 800.272.3900. 

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