14th Annual Tbaytel Alzheimer Rendezvous on Thursday, November 26

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THUNDER BAY, ON– Special guest, William Thomas, is joining the Alzheimer Society of Thunder Bay at its 14th Annual Tbaytel Alzheimer Rendezvous on Thursday, November 26  2015 at the Victoria Inn.

 This fundraising event will also include a gourmet dinner, silent auction and balloon raffle. Back by popular demand, is an exciting mystery jewelry box raffle, where guests can purchase one or more jewelry boxes for a chance to win a Tiffany bracelet valued at over $500.

“As a signature fundraising event, the Alzheimer Rendezvous is a crucial source of income for the Alzheimer Society.” said Alison Denton, Executive Director of the Alzheimer Society of Thunder Bay.  “The money we raise plays a significant role in the delivery of the programs and services we provide to the over 2,700 individuals living with dementia in the district of Thunder Bay.”

In addition to the 50 newspapers that carry his weekly column, William is the senior writer for Forever Young, author of ten books, and has been nominated twice for the prestigious Gemini Award for writing movies for television. His speech promises to engage and entertain guests with his wit and humour.

 Tickets to the event are $100 each or $750 for a table of 8.  They are available online at www.alzheimer.ca/thunderbay or by calling 807-345-9556.

 About the Alzheimer Society of Thunder Bay

Founded in the home of a family caregiver in 1984, the Alzheimer Society of Thunder Bay is a non-profit corporation and a registered charity, governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. The Alzheimer Society is supported by individual and community donations, special events fundraising and also receives funding from the North West Local Health Integrated Network.

The Alzheimer Society of Thunder Bay is affiliated with the Alzheimer Society of Ontario and the Alzheimer Society of Canada. As one of 30 chapters in Ontario, we support persons with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias as well as their families and partners in care.