Play Ball to Help Find a Cure for Alzheimer’s
Alzheimer’s is something that no expects to live with or ever expects a loved one to have, however it is devastating. Alzheimer’s is a condition that steals away memories, mannerisms, and our loved ones. No one knows what the cause is, but what we do know is that we want a cure. It’s a heartbreaking thing to watch someone slowly disappear.
That’s why research is so important but to have research, you have to have funds. Here’s where you come in, if you love to play softball, then get a team together and take part in the
Diane Bosch Memorial Softball Tournament
Saturday, September 10th
Paul Lindsey Park Fields 3 & 4
Games begin at 8:30am
Cost is $150 per team with a maximum of 14 players on a team.
Registration deadline is Wednesday, September 7th
Registration and payment can be made at the Amy Upton Family Practice – 1901 Medi Park #200
For more information call 806-420-3550
All proceeds benefit the Alzheimer’s Association