Signing up: Local volunteers with the Alzheimer Society of BC recently held a Coffee Break as a kick-off to raise awareness of the Investors Group Walk for Memories to be held in Campbell River on January 29

Signing up

Local volunteers with the Alzheimer Society of BC recently held a Coffee Break as a kick-off to raise awareness of the Investors Group Walk for Memories to be held in Campbell River on January 29, 2012. Individual walkers and teams were invited to sign up to help raise money for a cure for Alzheimer’s, a type of dementia that affects over 70,000 people of all ages in BC alone. Pictured in the foreground from left to right are Terry and Myrna Brewer, Pat Redhead, Lorraine Hart and Barbara Krack with Kathleen Furmaniak (seated).  For more information about the Walk, visit the website www.walkfor memories.com or call 1-800-667-3742.

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