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$45,247.26

We have raised

$385,000.00

Our Goal

Campaign Progress
of Goal
$45,247 Raised
$385,000.00
12% Achieved
175
Participants
55
Teams

Event Details

Time:
Registration at 10:00 am
Ceremony at 11: 30 am
Walk at 11:45 am

Route Length: 2 miles | Mini Walk Route Available

Location:
Siena College
515 Loudon Road
Loudonville, NY 12211
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Contact:
Julie Florek
518-867-4999 x 213
jflorek@alz.org

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Our Sponsors

National Presenting Sponsor

Edward Jones

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National Teams

Diamond Level

Brookdale

Platinum Level

LCS
Senior Star
Sigma Kappa

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Top Fundraisers

Participants
  1 -  Grand Champions Club Self Donor Dawn Dayter ($3,540.00)
  2 -  Grand Champions Club Marcia Guettler ($2,568.00)
  3 -  Grand Champions Club Self Donor Bruce Cadman ($1,390.00)
  4 -  Champions Club Self Donor Jess Flynn ($613.00)
  5 -  Champions Club Leslie Mead ($600.00)
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Teams
  1 -  Marie's Mile ($3,640.00)
  2 -  Knocking Out Alzheimer's ($2,644.54)
  3 -  MLMIC ($2,568.00)
  4 -  Cadman's Care ($1,640.00)
  5 -  The Eddy ($888.00)
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Groups
  1 - The Eddy ($888.00)
  2 - The College of Saint Rose ($560.00)
  3 - Our Lady of Mercy Life Center ($160.00)
  4 - CapitalCare Neurology ($150.00)
  5 - Albany Medical Center ($110.00)
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