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Chocolate Sunday - November 16, 2014

Milk, dark, white - what is your favorite chocolate flavor? Indulge in chocolate while helping us to fund an end to Alzheimer's disease! On Sunday, Nov. 16, you are invited to join us at our annual champagne brunch, Chocolate Sunday. Throughout the event, attendees are offered opportunities to raise funds for Alzheimer's care, support and research.

This year's Chocolate Sunday introduces a new VIP reception with speaker Richard C. Mohs, Ph.D., providing an update on the latest in Alzheimer's disease research. This informative session has limited availability. Following the reception, our popular baskets return to the silent auction, including new experience packages, festive trees and priceless items. Socialize and mingle at a variety of chocolate stations before the live auction begins.

Sponsorship opportunities are now available. For more information about Chocolate Sunday or to request an invitation, contact Cathy Boyer at or 800.272.3900.



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