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    Guests at the Alzheimer’s Association’s annual “Making Memories” dinner and auction will enjoy tasting a selection of Brown-Forman spirits, and will have the opportunity to bid on luxurious auction items.

    The event will be held at Horseshoe Casino in Southern Indiana on Saturday, February 25, 2012 at 6:30 pm. 


    Based on the theme, “A Night on Bourbon Street,” the fundraiser will feature New Orleans-inspired cuisine, tasting of Brown-Forman spirits, and live music.  Among the items up for bid is a New Orleans getaway with airfare included.

    The event benefits programs of the Alzheimer’s Association’s Greater Kentucky & Southern Indiana Chapter, including the 24-Hour Helpline, Medic Alert/Safe Return Program, Family Support Groups and respite for caregivers.  See

     for details.

    Several honorees will be recognized at this year’s event, including Family Caregiver of the Year, Barbara Webb; Professional Caregiver of the Year, Karen M. Robinson, PhD., PMHCNS-BC, FAAN, and the University of Louisville School of Nursing Caregivers Program; Media Partner of the Year: Today’s Woman/Today’s Transitions; and Giving Award, Bonnie Hackbarth. 

    Open seating tickets for Making Memories are $100 per person or $1,500 for a table sponsorship including a reserved table for 10. Contact Devin Roos, 502-451-4266, to purchase.  A discounted room rate of $209/night at the Horseshoe Casino Hotel also is available for Making Memories guests.

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