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Save the Date! Saturday, April 11, 2015 at The Premier, 4480 Heatherdowns Blvd.

The 2015 Spring Gala planning committee is busy at work already! The 5th annual event is sure to be the most exciting yet. Themed as a Mardi Gras Masquerade, the night will feature Toledo’s one and only great jazz artist; Ramona Collins Quintet, a New Orleans inspired dinner, Tableside Magic, Juggling Entertainment, Grand Prize Raffle, Spectacular Silent Auction, Mardi Gras Mystery Boxes filled with unbelievable prizes, and more!

Mark your calendars now for April 11, 2015. The Mardi Gras Masquerade will be held at the beautifully renovated banquet hall, The Premier, on Heatherdowns Blvd. in Toledo. Ticket prices will be $100 individual tickets, $650 for a table of eight, and $800 for a table of ten. Sponsorship packages are also available.

This special event has become vital to our Northwest Ohio Chapter as an opportunity to share information about the latest facts & figures, updates on research, and education on the many programs and services we provide to those in our community who are facing the devastating symptoms of a memory loss disorder or providing care. All while enjoying a wonderful evening full of fun, hope, and entertainment!

For additional information, ticket reservation, donation or sponsor opportunities, feel free to contact Beth Wong at bwong@alz.org or 419-537-1999.

View our Facebook page for photos from the evening

Approximately 300 guests attended the Alzheimer’s  Association, Northwest Ohio Chapter’s fourth annual spring gala on March 28. The Great Gatsby/Roaring Twenties event was held at The Pinnacle in Maumee and presented by Paramount, the lead sponsor of the gala since its inception.

Guests were welcomed by vintage cars upon arrival, received souvenir photos from Keepsake Portraits, admired decorations by Mager Designs, enjoyed a seated dinner, bid on silent auction items, danced to the big band music by Swingmania, and indulged on desserts from Cupcakes by Ashley. Other entertainment included gambling tables for fun, a 1920’s best dressed contest, a grand prize raffle, and a cardboard car race across the dance floor!

Emcee Dave Holmes from 13abc and guest speakers Jack Randolph, President of Paramount, and Alex Catchings, Board Member and caregiver, expressed the vital role the Chapter plays in Northwest Ohio, the importance of continued support for research, and the need to continue offering respite care, supportive programs, and education to the families and caregivers in our area who face the devastating symptoms of memory loss disorders each day.

“Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias continues to rise and the need to support the programs our Chapter offers also continues to grow. We are so grateful to those who attended this event and generously supported our organization. Events like this help support the over 38,000 individuals in Northwest Ohio who are living with Alzheimer’s disease as well as their families and caregivers,” said Beth Wong, gala manager.

The Chapter would like to extend a special thank you to Patty Gelb, the honorary chair of the event for her hard work and leadership, as well as all of the committee members and volunteers. In addition, the Chapter is humbly grateful to all of the sponsors and donors who made the evening possible.

Thank you to our 2014 Platinum Sponsor:

Diamond Sponsor:

Gold Sponsors:
Foundation Park Alzheimer’s Care Center
Parkcliffe Community
Savage & Associates
Signature Bank, N.A.
University of Toledo

Silver Sponsors:
Ameriprise Financial, J. Craig Griffis
Browning Masonic Community, Inc.
Dave White Chevrolet (In Memory of Jim Yark)
Eastman & Smith Ltd.
Heartland of Waterville
Kingston HealthCare Company
State Bank
The Andersons
The Lakes of Monclova Health Campus

Friend Sponsors:
Hall of Framers
Oakleaf Village
St. Clare Commons, a Franciscan Living Community


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