Alzheimer Society thankful for strong fundraising support

Making Sweet Memories 2011 was an overwhelming success. The Alzheimer Society Red Deer would like to thank so many people for helping to give our community an event to remember.

Thank you to our lovely Master of Ceremonies. Thank you to our RCMP escorts. Thank you to the celebrity waiters who entertained brilliantly. Thank you to all the volunteers who worked to create a wonderful evening. Thank you to all even and silent auction sponsors. You all played a major role in the success of the gala.

And a huge thank you to our guests who came and supported the Alzheimer Society’s Making Sweet Memories second annual gala. See you all in 2012.

Lianne Hazell

Fund development coordinator

Alzheimer Society of Alberta and Northwest Territories, Red Deer

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