One Woman’s Journey to Sew a Connection to the Past

By Janelle Bretz; edited by Stephanie Foster A hug that’s always with you Veronica Garcia’s love of quilting may be new—she taught herself via YouTube videos at the beginning of the pandemic after buying a sewing machine to make 100 masks—but her love of sewing and giving away her creations as gifts has always been part of her style. The first quilt she made was … Continue reading One Woman’s Journey to Sew a Connection to the Past

5 Ways Lewy Body Dementia is Different from Alzheimer’s

By Kathy Teyler Jarrett, Oregon LBD Support Group Facilitator LBD is not ALZ When I found my husband, Ben, at the back door—a pistol in one hand, phone in the other, describing to the cops the seven robbers who were getting ready to steal everything in our house—I knew we were in trouble. Not because there really were any robbers lurking. Because this was a … Continue reading 5 Ways Lewy Body Dementia is Different from Alzheimer’s

Sorority Involvement Strengthens Walk to End Alzheimer’s in the Pacific Northwest

By Hudson S. Tyler, Alzheimer’s Association staff ΣΚ Sigma Kappa brings women together through lifelong opportunities for social, intellectual and spiritual development. Members regularly volunteer while they are in college. This mission also goes beyond graduation. Sorority alumnae bring their values for personal growth, friendship, service and loyalty to community service later in life. For 38 years, the Sigma Kappa Sorority puts forward their wild … Continue reading Sorority Involvement Strengthens Walk to End Alzheimer’s in the Pacific Northwest