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As we head into Fall, we approach Memory Walk, our annual city-wide public awareness and fundraising event. Thanks to your support, Memory Walk 2007 raised a recording-breaking $1 Million, which helped the Chapter expand our vital programs and services to our community.

Our Diversity & Outreach programs continue to grow.
Meet Fai Lin Lau, our new Chinese Outreach Manager. And exciting news for Latino Outreach — as we say farewell to our En Español Boletín insert — we are proud to announce that coming in Winter 2008-09, an expanded 16-page En Español Boletín will be available.

We hope to continue to expand our programs and services, and so we’re aiming high and have set a new goal for Memory Walk 2008 — $1.25 Million! We are confident that we will reach it with your ongoing support. So join us on October 26th as we MOVE our city and the nation to end Alzheimer’s.

Please send your comments and ideas to:

Susan Sugarman, Editor,
Alzheimer’s Association, NYC Chapter,
360 Lexington Avenue, 4th Fl., NY, NY 10017
or by e-mail to ssugarman@alznyc.org.

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