January 14, 2015
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Wolf Blitzer to speak at Alzheimer’s Association Advocacy Forum
Alzheimer’s advocates will converge on Washington, D.C.,March 23-25 for the 2015 Alzheimer’s Association Advocacy Forum to engage Congress in the fight against the disease. As part of the Forum, award-winning journalist Wolf Blitzer, CNN’s lead political anchor and host of “The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer,” will serve as the emcee of the National Alzheimer’s Dinner, where political, business and entertainment leaders rally around the growing Alzheimer’s movement. Help us make history - register today to join us at the 2015 Advocacy Forum.

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Join us for the 2015 Illinois Action Summit
Let’s work to make Illinois a dementia-capable state! The 2015 Illinois Action Summit in Springfield is where you have the opportunity to speak with legislators and draw critical attention to the advancement of Alzheimer’s public policies. Be a catalyst for change in Illinois and ensure that the needs of Alzheimer’s patients, family members, and caregivers are addressed.

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The women of "Still Alice": A story of love, family and hope
Julianne Moore, Maria Shriver, Kristen Stewart, Sandy Oltz, Lisa Genova, Dr. Maria Carrillo and Elizabeth Gelfand Stearns are some of the amazing women behind "Still Alice," a movie that provides a rare window into the experience of living with Alzheimer's disease. With women at the epicenter - both more likely to have Alzheimer’s and more likely to be caring for those with the disease - the Alzheimer's Association and the women of "Still Alice" ask all women to help wipe out Alzheimer’s.
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Paint the Night Purple
Join the Greater Illinois Chapter Junior Board and fellow young professionals February 20, for an unforgettable evening in Chicago. Help create awareness and raise funds for all Illinois residents affected by Alzheimer's disease.
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Seth Rogen takes Hilarity for Charity to college with HFC U
HFC U is a nationwide program that encourages and supports college sororities, fraternities, clubs and other groups to throw their very own Hilarity for Charity events to raise awareness and much-needed funds for Alzheimer’s disease on their campuses. This year, the group that raises the most money will win a visit to their school from Seth Rogen and a live commentary screening of “Superbad.” Sign up by Feb. 1, and you’ll be automatically entered to win a “Neighbors” poster signed by the entire cast.
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