Monthly Archives: May 2017

The Longest Day: A Brother’s Bond

By Thomas Bowler Dr. Pat Collins’ father always taught him as life goes on, you’ll be able to count your best friends on one hand, and one better be your brother. Pat and his brother, Mike, were virtually one in the same. Born 16 months apart, they did everything together: playing instruments, fishing, sailing and […]

Save the Dates for the 2017 Walks to End Alzheimer’s

We hope you join us for the 2017 Walk to End Alzheimer’s. You have 16 chances to help us create a world without Alzheimer’s disease. Where will we find you this fall? Register to help us find the first survivor of Alzheimer’s! Bremerton, WA 09/16/2017 Coeur d’Alene, ID 09/30/2017 Everett, WA 09/30/2017 Kennewick, WA 09/09/2017 Longview, […]

How Our Community Spends The Longest Day

Editor’s Note: Do what you love for those affected by Alzheimer’s disease. Register today for The Longest Day. The Longest Day is an opportunity to do what YOU love to support a world without Alzheimer’s disease.  Are you undecided on your Longest Day activity? Find inspiration from these teams in Washington state!   ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA – DELTA […]

The Reason: A Mother’s Day Tribute

By Anita Harvey The light in my mother’s eyes is the reason I became an advocate and a passionate supporter of the Alzheimer’s Association. Each time I see a joyful expression on her face, I feel compelled to share our story. I am also painfully aware that Alzheimer’s will one day extinguish that beautiful loving […]

Love and The Longest Day: Electa and Norm Anderson

By Thomas Bowler  Many people who have experienced Alzheimer’s can relate to the story of Electa Anderson. And, like many others, that experience has sparked in her a passion to do more for the cause through The Longest Day. Electa Anderson, a long time resident of California, faced what felt like an insurmountable wall of […]