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Memory Ball Toronto is back with its Sixth Annual Gala Event, proudly hosted by the Young Leaders Council of the Alzheimer Society of Toronto
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Early-Onset Alzheimer’s

For the first time ever, we've become inspired to have a theme for Memory Ball. In choosing a theme, it had to be relevant to the cause, and of course a lot of fun. As such, Claire has come up with a beautifully meaningful theme for our sixth event. We hope Claire's post inspires you to join us in our quest to end Alzheimer's and of course join us for the party of the year, Memory Ball 2017 on Saturday, April 1st at Palais Royale. Without further ado, please read Claire's thoughts behind this year's theme of "Mind the Gap." If you're familiar with my story you would know that my mother was a British immigrant, and if you had the chance to meet her, she wouldn't let you forget it! My mum grew up in London in the 60's which lead to her becoming quite the BritPop devotee. I grew up dancing in the kitchen with her to the Rolling Stones, the Beatles and the Kinks. Eager to go home, Christmas 2000 was the year she brought my father, sister and I across the pond. This was my first experience in England, and it was an experience I will never forget. [caption id="attachment_3397" align="aligncenter" width="768"]claire poirier and family in london england Claire and her parents in London, 2000.[/caption]

Looking for your daily dose of inspiration? Well then, you’re in for a treat. Today, we are pleased to feature an inspiring post from one of (the many!) inspiring member of the Memory Ball Team. Amanda McMillan has been involved in Memory Ball for the past...