Honoring Mom and Dad: Why I Walk

By: Erika Roden My name is Erika Roden. I am the middle child, my mom was a single mom of me and my two sisters. I am from Everett, WA and currently live in Arlington, WA with my husband Scott and our two daughters, Kirsten and Rebecca. I participate in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s in honor of my mother who has early-onset dementia and … Continue reading Honoring Mom and Dad: Why I Walk

Washington Wineries “Uncork” Vital Campaign and Exclusive Bottle Benefiting the Walk To End Alzheimer’s

Every weekend in June, the Coeur Cause® Sparkling Riesling will be featured in all three Milbrandt Vineyards and Ryan Patrick Wines tasting rooms, in Prosser, Leavenworth and Woodinville. Discounts and complimentary purple flowers will be given to those affected by Alzheimer’s including caregivers. The wine can also be purchased online here. Continue reading Washington Wineries “Uncork” Vital Campaign and Exclusive Bottle Benefiting the Walk To End Alzheimer’s

Memories of Mom: The Longest Day

Before this disease, Mom was a beautiful, strong and faithful woman with incredible intelligence and always so well put together. She was talented, creative, a great seamstress and baker. We had no idea when we started this journey that even lifetime skills and basic activities of daily living would be hard or not even doable with Alzheimer’s disease. Continue reading Memories of Mom: The Longest Day

Mount St. Helens for Mom: The Longest Day

Catherine Harrison grew up in the small town of St. Helens, OR with her parents and older sister. They had a view of Mount St. Helens from the picture window in their living room. This year for The Longest Day, Catherine will be hiking Mount St. Helens in honor of her mother. Continue reading Mount St. Helens for Mom: The Longest Day

Make a promise: Growing a garden of hope

Now you can wear your Promise Garden flower all year long. Raise or donate $50 for the Walk to End Alzheimer’s from November 30 to December 11 to receive a collectors series Promise Garden pin in the color of your choice. Collect all four pins by fundraising $150 dollars, while supplies last. Continue reading Make a promise: Growing a garden of hope

Kaitlyn and her grandma smiling at the camera

This is difficult: Why I Walk

There are a lot of other words that I could use to describe this disease, but I think this is the one I lean on the most. It’s impossible to encompass all the emotions I have about it in one word. Completely impossible. Continue reading This is difficult: Why I Walk

Jenni and her family at the Walk to End Alzheimers

Missing my Granddaddy: Why I Walk

My grandaddy, James Roger Knight, along with my Granny, were incredibly involved in my life from a very young age. We always lived very close to them and they helped take care of my brother and me. Both he and my Granny are two of my favorite people. Continue reading Missing my Granddaddy: Why I Walk

Fieldstone Memory Care: Why I Walk

Our vision for engaged and healthy residents is closely tied to finding a cure for Alzheimer’s. That’s why we continue to put our support behind the Alzheimer’s Association, and why we’re inviting you to join the Walk efforts this year so we can continue to pave the way for a cure. Continue reading Fieldstone Memory Care: Why I Walk

Meet Our Team: Walk to End Alzheimer’s

The Walk to End Alzheimer’s is right around the corner. While things might look a little different this year, we are moving forward to end Alzheimer’s and our Walk team is making that happen! We interviewed the Walk Managers so that you can get to know a little more about them and why they work so hard to make the Walk to End Alzheimer’s a … Continue reading Meet Our Team: Walk to End Alzheimer’s

Running for Wayne: The Longest Day

By Sherry Clarke My name is Sherry Clarke and I’m from Lake Tapps, Washington (about an hour south of Seattle).  I’m a born-and-raised Washingtonian and have lived in the Lake Tapps area for about 13 years with my husband and two kids, ages 6 and 4. I’m a stay-at-home mom and a freelance graphic designer. This year for The Longest Day, I am running for … Continue reading Running for Wayne: The Longest Day