Drive Out Alzheimer’s Long Drive Contest Scheduled for October 22


Here is an opportunity to have a little fun with a “Long Drive Competition” to raise funds for hand-quilted fidget blankets for residents struggling with Alzheimer’s and Dementia at the Bunch Woodview Center on the Cornerstone Healthy Living Community Campus in Texarkana, Texas.

Press Release:

“Step right up folks. See if you can outdrive the amazing golf…ball, uh, whacker guy.” – Happy Gilmore.

Let’s have some fun at the, “Drive out Alzheimer’s Long Drive Competition.” Just $30 for 6 swings (incl t-shirt). Will YOU take home the prize? The Fundraiser will be held at Texarkana Golf Ranch on Hole #1 on Saturday October 22nd, 2016. 3 age divisions: 24 & under, 25-49 and 50+.  Trophies for all 1st-3rd and Grand Champion Long Drive Trophy given out.  Donations go towards hand quilted Fidget Blankets for the Alzheimer’s and Dementia residents at Bunch Woodview, 501(c)3.

Presenting Sponsor: Richardson Auto Glass (Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting 10/12 at 12:15p.m.)  Must have 36 registered participants for the Fundraiser to ‘swing into action’.  Email Monica Beeman to register today, MBEEMAN@MRCAFF.ORG or 903-293-8525

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About Bunch Woodview & Cornerstone Healthy Living Community- Dedicated to the care of those with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, our state-of-the-art, certified memory support community features the very latest in patient care and comfort. Situated on the Cornerstone Retirement Community campus in Texarkana, Texas, the modern and homelike community provides the latest in memory care and comfort. Cornerstone is a CCRC and it stands for “continuing care retirement community” and they offer older adults a multi-dimensional approach to the aging process by providing for their future healthcare needs. CCRC’s offer independent living residential options like apartments and patio homes on a campus that also provides convenient services and amenities, educational and social activities, wellness opportunities, and priority access to on-site health care services like assisted living and skilled nursing care.

You can make a “HOLE” lot of difference!


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