October 1, 2016, 9 a.m. at Bolsa Chica State Beach
New location in 2016! Moving from Huntington City Beach to Bolsa Chica State Beach
HUNTINGTON BEACH Walk to End Alzheimer's Annual Event
7:30am Check-in and festival
area opens, including
9:30am Opening ceremonies on main stage and walker warm-up
10:00am Walk starts
Noon Festival area closes
· Two (2) and four (4) mile walk route
· Food concessions
· Water will be provided
· Dog, wheelchair and stroller friendly
· Doggie Dugout
· Kidz Zone
The Orange County Chapter of the national Alzheimer's Association invites the public to make a difference by raising money to contribute to the organization and its causes. After you have raised a suggested minimum of $100 you can sign up and participate in the walk that annually takes place on Huntington City Beach, often across the street from the Hyatt Hotel. Free transportation is provided whenever possible through shuttle systems. The walk is the final portion or the public's efforts to support Alzeimer's Association. The walk includes entertainment, prizes, T-shirt for participants, food concessions and great interaction with others interested in the subject.
1 in 3 seniors dies with Alzheimer's, the sixth leading cause of death in the U.S. Alzheimer's can strike people in their 30s, 40s and 50s, in younger-onset Alzheimer's.
Location: Bolsa Chica State Beach
17851 Pacific Coast Highway
Huntington Beach, CA
Time: 7:30 a.m.
Admission: Pre-registration and donations of $100 or more recommended
Raise $100 – MILESTONE:1001
includesWalk to End Alzheimer’s
T-Shirt for very participant who
raises $100 by Walk
day--however, there is a limit
of one t-shirt per qualified
Raise $300 – Walker Rewards Prizes in Walker Rewards Program allows you to choose from a selection of great prizes at fundraising levels from $300 to $10,000.
Raise $500 – Walk Champions Club MILESTONE:4720
Raise $500 for the care, support and research efforts Join the ranks of the Walk to End Alzheimer’s Champions Club to receive a Champions Club badge on your personal webpage, a commemorative medal at the Walk, a thank you certificate, and recognition on the national Walk to End Alzheimer's thank you page.