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2014 Gala
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On Friday, April 11, 2014, the Alzheimer’s Association held the “Memories Should Last a Lifetime” benefit gala at the exquisite Pleasantdale Château, in the historic Eagle Rock Preserve in West Orange, New Jersey.  This unique event celebrates life, memories, and hope for the future in the fight against Alzheimer’s disease.

Guests enjoyed an elegant cocktail hour and dinner, exciting entertainment and danced the night away to the fabulous music of the Infernos Band.

We would like to thank the following 2014 “Memories Should Last a Lifetime” sponsors:



PLATINUM SPONSORS

 
 

 
 

  



GOLD SPONSORS


   

  


 

The “Memories Should Last a Lifetime” spring benefit helped us raise vital funds for medical and scientific research and local care and support programs for New Jersey Alzheimer’s disease individuals and their families. 
 


SILVER SPONSORS


 


 


BRONZE SPONSOR



PEWTER SPONSORS


Allied Brothers Intermodal, Inc.




Scenes from the 2014 Memories Should Last a Lifetime benefit gala...

The evening was an exciting and inspiring one, starting with "red carpet" photos of all guests as they arrived.  Guests then enjoyed mingling amidst the elegant atmosphere, dancing to the music of The Infernos Band and partaking in both a silent and live auction.  A poignant part of the evening included the presentation of the Circle of Honor Awards, which are the Chapter’s most prestigious awards and are presented annually by the Board of Directors at the gala.  The recipients were Van Dyk Health Care for Corporation of the Year, and John Sturtevant for Advocacy

 
  
  


 Corporation of the Year ~ Van Dyk Health Care

 Pictured: Bob Van Dyk, right, with Board Vice Chair Frank Ciriello. 


Advocacy ~ John Sturtevant

 John Sturtevant, left, with Board Member Russell Rothman.
  

 
 
  
 


 

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