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2017 Walk For Alzheimer's
"Please join us at your local Indoor Walk and enjoy activities for the whole family. FREE food, mini-massages, door prizes, games for the kids, silent auction, live entertainment and the passport of Healthier Brain Activities are all activities that make our Walks so much fun for the whole family.
Thank you to everyone who has walked in the past and shown concern and compassion for those with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias and their family members. Our Oxford County goal for this year’s Walk is $129,000.00.
- Shelley Green, Executive Director
We invite you to…
- Participate as an individual walker or form a team of two or more friends, family, work colleagues or neighbours.
- Visit with friends and enjoy event activities.
- Volunteer at your local Walk.
- Pledge a walker/team you know.
- *NEW THIS YEAR* Bid at the Silent Auction at each of the three Walks. Bring your money and help us meet our goal for this year’s Walk.
Register yourself, a team or make a pledge to a walker or a personal donation at:
www.walkforalzheimers.ca online registration begins Dec. 9, 2016.
It’s About Having Fun!
There is no set distance that you are expected to walk. Walk 10 km, 5 km, 100m or stop any time you like. Many families and teams will walk together or just sit and visit with friends. In fact, walking at our events is optional. There are no rules and we have interactive activities to keep the mind stimulated. We want you to have fun!
Share your story with us or on and please “like” us. Let’s keep the conversation going.
This is a great way to challenge yourself, your friends, family and/or co-workers by creating a team and walking together! Teams can be any size of two or more.
The Alzheimer Society of Oxford relies on the generosity of local businesses to sponsor our Walk for Alzheimer's. We encourage you to support those businesses that support our mission!
Last Updated: 11/08/2017