Another Successful LIAF Annual Golf Outing
LIAF Annual Golf Outing

Another Successful LIAF Annual Golf Outing

For Immediate Release | July 3, 2018

LIAF’s 2018 Golf Outing was a tremendous success with 27 foursomes for golf and 165 attendees for dinner raising over $250,000! We would like to thank our amazing honoree, Christopher V. Albanese, for going above and beyond in his efforts to make this event as successful as it was. Thank you also to the Albanese Organization, Albanese and Albanese and all of our many sponsors who so generously donated. Without you, our attendees, our volunteers, those who donated to the live and silent auction and many others, LIAF would be unable to continue offering our critically needed programs to those living with Alzheimer’s and other related dementias. Thank you!

Warm Regards,
Christine Rice

LIAF Annual Golf Outing
LIAF Annual Golf Outing
LIAF Annual Golf Outing
LIAF Annual Golf Outing
LIAF Annual Golf Outing

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About Long Island Alzheimer’s Foundation 

For 30 years, LIAF has been providing supportive community-based services to Alzheimer’s families on Long Island. LIAF offers critically needed social adult day programs for individuals facing Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias, along with services for caregivers. LIAF takes considerable pride in its pioneering role in the development of cutting edge programs that foster the independence, dignity, well-being and safety of individuals with Alzheimer’s. LIAF is now located in a new state-of-the-art center at 1025 Old Country Road in Westbury. This central Long Island location provides LIAF the opportunity to bring services and programs more easily to those who need them. For information call (516) 767-6856 or visit www.liaf.org.

About the Author Christine Rice

Christine Rice is celebrating her fourth year at LIAF. A former caregiver for her parents, she understands the complexities of the disease and its stress on caregivers. Originally a first-grade teacher, Christine uses her compassion, empathy, and active listening skills to help our clients feel welcomed. One of 10 siblings, Christine is accustomed to being around large groups of people, making her an excellent choice for our Outreach Coordinator. A mother to two wonderful kids, Mary and Will, Christine enjoys touring the sights of the city, and living vicariously through the Olympic ice skaters on television.

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