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Painting The Town Purple

I'm passing this important message on for folks in the Minot Area.

How wonderful would it be if we could defeat the hidous effects of Alzheimer's! I don't know anyone who hasn't been effected by Alzheimers striking a family member or friend. For me it was my Grandma Lydia.

Help Us Paint the Town Purple! Did you know that June is Alzheimer's and Brain Awareness
Month? To helpspread awareness of this disease, which is the 3rd leading cause of death in North
Dakota, the Walk to End Alzheimer's Volunteer Committee is askingfor you help! We want to
Paint the Town Purple the week of June 1st through the 7th andwill be stopping by
businesses to ask for their support by asking them todisplay purple in their windows and
stores. We will supply balloons,streamers, posters and even plan to showcase our artistic
abilities withsome sidewalk chalk! Feel free to add all the purple you want! The more the
better.We welcome opportunities to partner with you as well. So if you have anidea of how we
can add to Painting the Town Purple, please let us know.Thank you for your support in
creating awareness of Alzheimer's Disease andbrain health. We appreciate your help in the
fight to end Alzheimer's.

Emily Bultema

WARD COUNTY NOTARY SERVICES

ROBERT L. TIMM, OWNER

201 Main Street South, Suite 116

 Minot North Dakota 58701

Bob Timm,  Facebook

Call or text 701-720-8513

Comment balloon 9 commentsBob "RealMan" Timm • May 10 2019 02:18PM
Painting The Town Purple
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