89 Golfers Hit the Links to Raise Funds for Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Center, Inc.

Friday, July 17, 2015

On July 13, Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Center, Inc. held its Fifth Annual Col. Kenneth F. Lawlor Memorial Golf Outing at the Huntington Country Club. Eighty-nine registered golfers took part in the event, which raised funds for Alzheimer’s disease research and care.

Golfers also had the chance to win a car in the Hole-In-One Challenge while on the links. After a round of golf, the participants enjoyed a cocktail hour, dinner and a chance to win some raffle prizes.

The event is named after Col. Kenneth F. Lawlor, who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in the last years of his life. His grandson, Keith Lawlor, who chaired the golf tournament, is also Vice President of ADRC’s Board of Directors. 

Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Center, Inc. — which is headquartered in Bay Shore and has a satellite office in Southampton — is the only local Alzheimer’s disease advocacy and educational facility whose mission is to provide hands-on support and services to families on Long Island and the New York metropolitan area. ADRC works with family members, health care professionals and researchers to ensure quality health care and support to those impacted by Alzheimer’s disease through care and consultation, information and referral, training, support groups, and caregiver safety products.

For more information, please call Mary Ann Malack-Ragona, Executive Director/Chief Executive Officer, at (631) 820-8068 or visit www.adrcinc.org.

 

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Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Center, Inc. — which is headquartered in Bay Shore and has a satellite office in Southampton — is the only local Alzheimer’s Disease advocacy and educational facility whose mission is to fund local research and provide hands-on support and services to families on Long Island and the New York metropolitan area. ADRC works with family members, health care professionals and researchers to ensure quality health care and support to those impacted by Alzheimer’s Disease through care and consultation, information and referral, training, support groups, and caregiver safety products.