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Alzheimer's Walk

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Mark your calendar for the 2015 Alzheimer's Walks

Join us for the Alzheimer's Walk 2015! Walk in your community to raise awareness and support programs and services provided by the Alzheimer's & Dementia Alliance of Wisconsin.



Green County Alzheimer’s Walk

Saturday, September 12, 2015
Behring Senior Center,
1113 10th Street, Monroe

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Columbia County Alzheimer’s Walk

Sunday, September 13, 2015
Riverside Park,
E. Wisconsin Street, Portage

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Iowa County Alzheimer’s Walk

Saturday, September 19, 2015
Grace Lutheran Church
1105 N. Bequette St., Dodgeville

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Sauk County Alzheimer’s Walk - New Location!

Saturday, September 26, 2015
Mary Roundtree Evans Park
701 Second Avenue, Baraboo

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Richland County Alzheimer’s Walk

Sunday, September 27, 2015
1200 Hwy 14 West, Richland Center

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Grant County Alzheimer’s Walk

Saturday, October 3, 2015
Grant County Fairgrounds
916 E. Elm Street, Lancaster

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Dane County Alzheimer’s Walk

Saturday, October 10, 2015
Warner Park Shelter,
2930 N. Sherman Ave., Madison

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About the Alzheimer's Walk

Alzheimer's Walk 2010Join other supporters for the annual Alzheimer’s Walk! The walk is a fundraiser for the Alzheimer’s & Dementia Alliance of Wisconsin and takes place in several counties in the south central Wisconsin area.

More than 116,000 Wisconsin families have been touched by Alzheimer’s and dementia, and many more people are providing care. Alzheimer’s is not normal aging - it is a progressive and fatal disease, and you can help address this escalating epidemic.

Every penny raised at the Alzheimer’s Walk stays here in south central Wisconsin -- providing critical support and education to both families and professionals impacted by any dementia-related disease. By attending the Alzheimer’s Walk, whether you walk or not, you not only support the Alzheimer’s & Dementia Alliance financially, but you also show elected officials that you support Alzheimer issues.

Alzheimer's Walk 2010Organize a team!

As a TEAM CAPTAIN, your commitment is THE ESSENTIAL INGREDIENT in making the Alzheimer's Walk a success!

Forming a team for the the Alzheimer's Walk will allow you to collaborate to raise awareness and funds, and you'll have an even better time on event day. Together, as a team, you are a force much greater than what you can accomplish alone.

Walk volunteerVolunteer

Volunteers are always welcome to be part of the Alzheimer's Walk! Jobs include coordinating door prizes, food or publicity; helping on event day; chairing a committee; and more. Please contact Kristin Larson (608.310.8780) or Brianna Scoville (608.232.3410) for more information.

Have fun and support your community by joining us - see you there!

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