The Walk To End Alzheimers

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Walk to END Alzheimer’s is a community event that joins friends, family and co-workers. Participants typically register in teams of 10-12 and raise funds using tools supported by the Alzheimer’s Association. Walks vary from one to three miles and are held in nearly 600 locations nationwide.

After taking a five year hiatus between 2004 and 2009, the Bowling Green Memory Walk, now South Central KY Walk to END Alzheimer’s, came back with a bang. Returning to Preston Miller Park in 2009, WALK has raised over $210,000 in the last four years. The team at Home Instead's Bowling Green office has been actively involved each year to raise money for this great cause and will be participating again in 2013. The event is scheduled for September 21, 2013.

Overall Walk Results 20092010 20112012
Dollars Raised $45,629 $38,952 $64,612$61,460
Registered Participants 245 320 604n/a
Home Instead Team Results2009201020112012
Dollars Raised $4,105$2,875$8,708$7,596
Registered Participants 785 144n/a
Many people came out to support the cause! Even the WKU Cheerleaders were on hand!
Barbara and Mary supporting the cause!Chris and Audrey enjoying the walk!
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