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Greetings, North Central Texans,

Are you ready to gather your friends and family and Walk to End Alzheimer's?  There are eight Walk locations on different weekends in September and October.  Each is in a favorite park or community gathering place and each involves members of that community coming together to fight Alzheimer's.

If you are ready to register, you can go straight to the Registration Site to register your team, email your members, and begin to collect donations.  If have questions, need help navigating the web site, want to be a sponsor, or have an great idea for raising funds and awareness, please call us at 800-292-0664. 

As summer turns into fall and excitement for the Walk to End Alzheimer's builds, check back often to find out what is happening in your community. 

Thank you for your interest in helping us fight Alzheimer's disease.  We are looking forward to having you be part of the best Walk to End Alzheimer's ever!

   

Ashley Powell
apowell@al.org

 Jennifer Smith
jesmith@alz.org


 

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