Sunday, September 14, 2014
Today, at Potawatomi Park in South Bend, Indiana, it was a beautiful day to walk for a great cause. Family, friends, caregivers and even those who live with dementia gathered to support a cure for Alzheimer's. A disease that takes away precious memories in our lives that we work so hard to build and preserve, we strive as a community to find coping mechanisms such as music to bring back livelihood to those with dementia. As reported today, September 14, 2014 at 2:00pm: There was over 25,000 dollars in fund raising given to the Alzheimer's Association by contributors far and wide. This afternoon we walked to remember, provide support, and give to the debilitating disease of Alzheimer's. The sun was shinning and the wind blew the colorful pinwheel flowers that were symbols of support during the ceremony and moving walk. Together, lets commit to aid in finding a cure for dementia.