Wheatfield Commons Walking for a Cure

October 21, 2019 (North Tonawanda, NY) ─ From a photo booth at their annual family barbecue to a golf tournament and much more, Wheatfield Commons pulled out all the stops to hold their spot as the top fundraiser in the Lewiston Walk to End Alzheimer’s. The DePaul Senior Living Community in North Tonawanda raised nearly $13,000 for a cure!

Wheatfield Commons Walk For A Cure

Pictured clockwise above are a foursome of golfers at Wheatfield Commons’ Nine Hole Golf Outing and Basket Raffle held on September 9 at Shawnee Golf Club in Wheatfield; resident Nina R. and family posing at a photo booth fundraiser for the Alzheimer’s walk at the senior living community’s annual family barbecue; Wheatfield Commons Marketing Director and Chairman of the Lewiston Walk to End Alzheimer’s John Tomes, Memory Care Director Caren Benn and her husband Paul Benn at the walk, and lastly, resident Christine Pruetz cuts the ribbon to kick-off the October 5 walk at ArtPark.

“This cause is close to our hearts not only because we work with our residents on a daily basis but also because so many of our own staff have been touched by Alzheimer’s disease in their personal lives, as it has affected their own loved ones,” said Administrator Kathy Hyland-Dion.

For more information about Wheatfield Commons, please contact Administrator Kathy Hyland-Dion at (716) 475-7600, at khyland@depaul.org or visit us on Facebook.