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Our chapter is working hard to raise awareness and make a difference in our local community, and we want you to know all about it!

     

 

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READ ALL ABOUT IT! The Eastern North Carolina Chapter is in the news:


Blondes vs Brunettes Raleigh featured on My Carolina Today

Alzheimer's Association ENC to be featured on panel at AARP's free screening of Still Alice in Durham

Fayetteville's Array Magazine publishes story by Dale O'Neill

As Alzheimer's takes its toll, men are able to find help at male caregiver support group

Area experts address current Alzheimer's research efforts at symposium

Free screening of "Alive Inside," a documentary on music and memory, to be held in New Bern

City of Raleigh Museum bathed in purple light as attendees rememeber those lost to Alzheimer's

UNC researcher receives Alzheimer's Association New Investigative Research Grant

Supporters of Walk to End Alzheimer's in Eastern North Carolina raise close to $350,000

Wilmington Walk to End Alzheimer's raises money, awareness

New Bern Walkers raise over $30,000 for Alzheimer's research, care and support

Johnston County resident published in special edition of Chicken Soup for the Soul

Alzheimer's Association appeals to NC legislature for state plan

Senior Living Guide spotlights Lisa Roberts, executive director of local chapter

'Sandwich generation' struggles to care for kids, aging parents

 

 


 

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