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Cornerstone Newsletter

Read the latest on Chapter programs, fundraising events, advocacy and public awareness activities, national research efforts and much more in the latest edition of the Cornerstone, the official newsletter of the Alzheimer's Association of Greater Cincinnati. 
Click here for the most recent edition of Cornerstone - Fall/Winter 2019.

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The Art of Making Memories comes to Music Hall - April 30

Join the Alzheimer's Association and CSO Music Director Louis Langree for a spectacular evening as we celebrate the arts and their transformational impact on those with dementia at The Art of Making Memories spring benefit at Cincinnati Music Hall on Thursday, April 30. Enjoy a chef-created dinner, live entertainment and the chance to bid on unique treasures, including one-of-a-kind artwork created by individuals with dementia. The event will be held in the beautiful Music Hall ballroom from 6-9:30 p.m.

Click here for tickets or call (513) 721-4284. 

Cincinnati Tri-State Walk Ranks #8 in Nation

Thanks to the efforts of volunteers, donors, corporate sponsors and chapter staff, the 2019 Cincinnati Tri-State Walk to End Alzheimer's surpassed its fundraising goal of $1.18 million. The Walk at Sawyer Point attracted nearly 4,300 participants and ranked #8 in the nation, out of more than 600 Walks to End Alzheimer's events conducted last year.

"We simply could not have succeeded without the invaluable work of our volunteers, donors and coporate partners. Their commitment and support is truly inspiring," said Executive Director Paula Kollstedt.  

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