Park Springs Raises Money for Alzheimer’s Association

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The second week of October is Alzheimer’s Awareness Week. Being an Atlanta continuing care retirement community, we know how important finding a cure for Alzheimer’s is. Our members and staff helped to plan several fundraising activities which raised $4,238 for the Alzheimer’s Association. Alzheimer’s is a disease that impacts many of our Atlanta senior living residents and their friends and families, and we are grateful that we can help in the search for a cure. Isakson Barnhart is committed to developing active adult communities where are members become one big family.

Staff, members and their families worked together to create a week full of fun activities to get other members and people from the surrounding communities involved. We held a continental breakfast at Cobblestone at Park Springs; two very successful bake sales were helped, including a “no bake” bake sale so that members and staff could make donations without the calories and sugar. There was also a spaghetti luncheon that was hosted by Food and Beverage Services at the Atlanta retirement community, Park Springs.

Some of the fun activities of the week included a Fall Festival within the community. The Fall Festival integrated carriage rides, a cookout, inflatables and cotton candy made by members. Park Springs was a corporate sponsor to a three mile Memory Walk, around the track at Chastain Park. We raised twice as much money in this year’s Memory Walk compared to last year.

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