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Beaumont's 2nd Annual Family Portrait Luncheon

November 20, 2013

11:30 a.m.

Beaumont Country Club

Event Co-Chairs: Linda Domino and Carolyn Fertitta

Guest Speakers: Betsy Arnold and Molly Arnold-Gay

Betsy Arnold co-authored “Coach Broyles’ Playbook for Alzheimer’s Caregivers: A Practical Tips Guide” with her father, former University of Arkansas head football coach, Frank Broyles. Betsy and her father, along with other family members, cared for her mother who had Alzheimer’s. Betsy has been featured with her father on the Dr. Phil show.

Molly Arnold-Gay is the granddaughter of Coach Frank Broyles. She began speaking at events and seminars across the country after her grandmother passed away. She has found caregiving to be her passion and shares her experiences with all who can benefit.

For ticket information, contact: Clarissa Urban: curban@alz.org or 409.833.1613



Houston AWARE's 14th Annual Family Portrait Luncheon

November 21, 2013

11:30 a.m.

River Oaks Country Club

Event Co-Chairs: Judy Harding and Beverly Jackson

Guest Speaker: Raymond Benson

Raymond Benson is an award-winning and best-selling author, composer, computer game designer, stage director, film historian and film genres instructor. He is also the fourth—and first American—official author of the James Bond 007 novels. His latest series, The Black Stiletto, features a 1950s costumed female vigilante, who in modern day, is struggling with Alzheimer’s disease when her son uncovers her amazing past. Mr. Benson will share with us his personal experience with Alzheimer’s and why he chose to feature a character with Alzheimer's in this series.

For ticket information, contact: Alexis Eaton: alexis.eaton@alz.org or 713.314.1331

For sponsorship information, click here.

 


 

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