North Carolina Advocates travel to Capitol Hill

On May 17, a small group of advocates from across North Carolina visited Capitol Hill to ask for Congressional support for key policies during the 2022 Alzheimer’s Impact Movement Advocacy Forum. Advocates from all 50 states came together in Washington to meet with their federal legislators to urge support of critical, bipartisan policies to help […]

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Bankers Life helping knock one out of the park for Alzheimer’s Awareness

As the baseball great Jackie Robinson said, “A life is not important except in the impact it has on other lives.” Scott Cole, a former college baseball player and Bankers Life Branch Sales Manager in Greensboro, N.C., is taking Jackie’s advice to heart by helping increase awareness about Alzheimer’s disease. Bankers Life has had a […]

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Final Days to Participate in 2022 Memory Gala Online Auction

The Alzheimer’s Association will host its annual Memory Gala this Saturday, May 21.  The event is a memorable night in the fight against a disease that erases such moments.  Proceeds provide opportunities critical to fighting Alzheimer’s disease by raising funds for research and local support services. Guests will enjoy a welcome reception, seated dinner, powerful […]

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2022 Memory Gala Silent Auction Now Live

The Alzheimer’s Association will host its annual Memory Gala Saturday, May 21.  The event is a memorable night in the fight against a disease that erases such moments.  Proceeds provide opportunities critical to fighting Alzheimer’s disease by raising funds for research and local support services. Guests will enjoy a welcome reception, seated dinner, powerful mission […]

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Life’s a Dance

Singer John Michael Montgomery has lyrics that read, “Life’s a dance you learn as you go. Sometimes you lead, sometimes you follow.” And in the life of Louise “Wheezy” Holloway Glover, nothing could have been truer. Mother of Charlotte radio show host, Ramona Holloway, Wheezy was a local legend (now international thanks to TikTok) who […]

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Memory Gala Silent Auction Sneak Peek

The Alzheimer’s Association will host its annual Memory Gala Saturday, May 21.  The event is a memorable night in the fight against a disease that erases such moments.  Proceeds provide opportunities critical to fighting Alzheimer’s disease by raising funds for research and local support services. Guests will enjoy a welcome reception, seated dinner, powerful mission […]

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Regional Event to Share Latest on Alzheimer’s Research

You’re invited – Latest on Alzheimer’s Research: A Discussion with Dr. Heather Snyder Members of our community are critical to our success in achieving our vision of a world without Alzheimer’s. Because of this role you each play, we invite all to a special research event. At any given moment… Research is happening. Right now, […]

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Small Town Remembering for Those Who Cannot

Have you ever experienced a difficult situation and then asked yourself, “Now what am I going to do?” That’s the very first thought that West End, N.C. resident, Katie Carpenter, experienced after learning of the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease for her mother, Linda Carpenter. Receiving a diagnosis such as this is never easy. In fact, […]

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National Volunteer Week 2022 — A Thanks from NC Leadership

Dear North Carolina Alzheimer’s Association Volunteers, Thank you! The past several years have presented all of us with many hurdles and the need for adaptation, and YOU, our volunteers, have risen to the challenge!  Across the country and here in North Carolina, Alzheimer’s Association volunteers have delivered critical support and education, raised funds, and advocated for […]

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Not by Word, But by Deed

“I really do firmly, firmly believe that the success of a community is brought about by individuals who are able… everyone who is a capable member of society has a duty and an obligation to help those around you, whether they’re suffering mentally, physically, financially. Whatever it is to help lift everybody up and that’s […]

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