2017

FEBRUARY 4: The 12th annual ‘An Evening in Monte Carlo’ was held at the Lyndell Convention Center on Panama City Beach. The event was a huge success with over 200 people in attendance. The evening included a DJ, dinner, casino style gaming, a silent auction, and a raffle. Tickets were $60 each and we had a lot of support from local businesses sponsoring tables! A huge thank you to all of our supporters/donors, Finn’s Island Style Grub, Sugar Boogers, Flowers by Noveau, Buffalo Rock, and all of our wonderful volunteers!

MARCH 8: We had our monthly Memory Café meeting at St. Andrews Coffee House! We had a great turnout and were able to get to know a lot of our seniors affected by dementia/Alzheimer’s. Thank you so much to Provision Living for bringing some of your residents!

MARCH 16: We were able to make a generous donation to the Bay County Council on Aging! $10,000 to start a scholarship for the Respite Program…$1,000 for supplies for the Respite Program, and $1,000 (will be matched to =$10,000) to the Meals on Wheels Program! We are so thankful for all donors! We love being able to support our local Alzheimer’s Community!

APRIL 12: We were so blessed to have 19…yes 19... attendees at our monthly Memory Café! So thankful for Provision Living and Superior Residences for bringing some of their residents!

2009

MARCH 28: The fourth annual “An evening in Monte Carlo” was held at the Panama City Beach Senior Center. This event included live entertainment, refreshments, dancing, casino style games, silent auction and a raffle. Tickets were $15.00 per person.

NOVEMBER 6: The 2009 Caregiver Conference presents “Community Dialogue on Aging” seminar. It was held at Gulf Coast Community College from 8:00am until 2:00pm. This seminar was free to the public. The objective of this seminar was to plan, coordinate and implement a high profile, educational conference targeting the senior population and their caregivers.

2008

APRIL 5: The third annual fundraiser, “An Evening in Monte Carlo” was held at the Panama City Beach Senior Center. Tickets were $10.00 per person. The event included live entertainment, refreshments, a silent auction, and casino style games.

SEPTEMBER 19: The 2008 Caregiver Conference was held at Gulf Coast Community College in the Student Union east from 8:00am until 2:00pm. This conference was free to the public and included a keynote speaker, expert panel, exhibits, door prizes and refreshments. The purpose of the conference was to educate caregivers and provide them with access to community resources.

2007

JUNE 9: The second annual fundraiser, “An Evening in Monte Carlo” was held at the Shaddai Shrine Temple, with live entertainment, refreshments, dancing, casino style games, door prizes and a silent auction. Tickets were $10.00 per person with corporate and table sponsorships available.

NOVEMBER 9: The second “Care Giver Conference” was held from 8:00am until 1:00pm at Gulf Coast Community College-Student Union East. The purpose of this conference was to provide information and education to attendees to assist them in caring for their loved ones. This conference was free to the public.

2006

APRIL 22: Held the first annual fundraising event, “An Evening at the Beach.” It was held at the Panama City Beach Senior Center, with live entertainment, heavy hors d’oeuvres, a raffle and an auction. Ticket price was $10.00 per person, with corporate and table sponsorships available.

SUMMER: Bay County Alzheimer’s Alliance presented the Bay County Council on Aging with a $500.00 donation.

2005

MAY 9: Initial meeting held at Bay County Council on Aging.

JUNE 10: First Alzheimer’s Alliance “Care Givers Conference” Held on Friday, June 10, 2005 from 8:00 am until 1:00pm at Gulf Coast Community College-Student Union East. The purpose of this event was to access community resources and raise personal and community educational levels. This event was free to the public