The Lake Chelan Memory Cup
is fundraising to honor:
Louis Kirtman Jr.
-David Kirtman on why he and his brothers started the Lake Chelan Memory Cup Golf Tournament
"Alzheimer’s Disease has affected my family for 2 generations and continues to affect millions of families across the world. When our father was first diagnosed with the disease, we wanted to immediately find ways to impact the cause. I am also an Ex-Seahawk and NFL football player, making brain health something I am committed to understanding. Our father's sacrificed everything to get us to where we are today, and we feel a responsibility to him and to future generations of our family to help fight Alzheimer’s.
The Longest Day, Alzheimer’s Association Fundraising effort, honors those who face the daily challenges of living with Alzheimer’s. Its symbolism pays tribute to those affected by the disease, the caregivers and family members who live The Longest Day every day. We are so excited and proud to bring this event to Lake Chelan, a beautiful community that we know will join us in the fight to end Alzheimer’s. We want this golf event to remind us all that the people affected by Alzheimer’s deserve a cure, and we hope this event is one step for the community of Chelan to show its solidarity in fighting to end Alzheimer’s."
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