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“The Magic of ASEB”
Celebrating 25 years of service and support
for families living with memory loss
Saturday, May 4, 2013
6 PM – 9 PM
Claremont Country Club
5295 Broadway Terrace, Oakland
Author and poet Frances Kakugawa
Live & Silent Auction
Patrick Walsh, Auctioneer
Live Jazz Music from The Astronauts
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Call (510) 644-8292
An event to benefit
individuals & families served by
Alzheimer’s Services of the East Bay
Please note: no jeans or denim, no use of cell phones allowed inside the Claremont Country Club
In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, Alzheimer’s Services of the East Bay is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability.
Mark your calendars for Saturday, May 4th, 2013! ASEB will be celebrating 25 years of serving the East Bay community with a spectacular celebration at the Claremont Country Club. Dubbed “The Magic of ASEB,” the event will feature live jazz by The Astronauts, fine food and wines, live and silent auctions, and keynote speaker Frances Kakugawa, author of the prize-winning Wordsworth children’s books.
Take a look at last year’s event, “Art From the Heart.”
Tickets are $100, with proceeds to benefit individuals with memory loss and their families. Art created by ASEB participants and beautifully framed by local framers will be auctioned by auctioneer extraordinaire Patrick Walsh, a perennial ASEB favorite. Please attend this popular, lively event which is not only a lot of fun, but supports ASEB’s services throughout the year.
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For more information, phone 510-644-8292
ASEB’s team of international interns just landed in the Bay Area, ready to begin a six-month practical training program that will prepare them to be leaders in global collaboration. Executive Director of ASEB, Micheal Pope, will mentor the four interns in management, partnership development, public relations, and more. The interns, who come from three different continents and four different countries, will work with ASEB administrative staff to develop ASEB’s marketing, outreach, social media, and training initiatives. Part of ASEB’s vision for the future is to expand its mission beyond the region and into the international sphere. ASEB’s partnership with Collabriv, an organization that brings university students and early-career professionals from all nations to the U.S. to learn collaboration skills, is an important step in that direction.
The ASEB interns are also enrolled in a leadership training program at St. Mary’s College. They will deeply immerse themselves in the local Bay Area culture through living with homestay families, participating in field trips, and working at The Hub, a global network of co-working and incubator spaces in San Francisco and Berkeley.
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