Join Team Riverside in The Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday September 17th. Together, we’ll walk and raise funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. And together, we can end Alzheimer’s disease.
Get ready for an inspiring and safe Walk day with the information below.
Parking and Walk route information:
The Walk will be located at Kankakee Community College and the route is about a mile long.
Parking is available in the lots adjacent to the event site.
Venue Open & Start of Festivities: 8:30am
Promise Garden Ceremony: 9:30am
Walk Day FAQ:
All participants should register prior to Walk day at alz.org/walk.
All children must be registered.
Strollers, wheelchairs and wagons are welcome.
The Walk route and festivities are outdoors — please plan accordingly.
Donations will be taken on Walk day via mobile payment and cash/check dropbox.
Be sure to wear your purple and carry your Walk flags! Take a selfie or photo of your team and post on social media using #Walk2EndALZ and #ENDALZ.
The Senior Advantage Department is very beneficial because we assist with choosing Medicare options as this tends to be a very confusing time for individuals that are given an overabundance of information. We can simplify this time for them.
As you, your family, or your friends approach Medicare age, you can utilize our free services to learn your options. Please inform your family and friends of our approaching Open Enrollment, October 15th – December 7th to review their current Medicare plans.
Cash Only. Please turn in your t-shirt order and cash to Drew Weaver located in Westwood Trails Assisted Living. Orders will be taken for the Bourbonnais Campus at the Kickoff Event located in the Bourbonnais Grove Assisted Living and Memory Care parking lot. All orders are must be turned in by September 1st. Proceeds will be donated to the Alzheimer’s Association.
The son of Kris Hemp, a member of the Riverside Heart & Vascular staff, was honored at the 13th annual Tribute to Fallen Soldiers Memorial Torch Motorcycle Ride.
From the Daily Journal:
A name not forgotten.
This was the intent of an honorary stop in Chebanse to recognize Army Spc. Grant Yohnka as part of the 13th annual Tribute to Fallen Soldiers Memorial Torch Motorcycle Ride on Thursday.
The annual ride begins in Eugene, Ore., each summer and takes a different cross-country route to Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Va., stopping along the way to honor 68 fallen heroes in each of their hometowns.
Represent Riverside at the 2022 Bourbonnais Friendship Festival Parade!
Date: Sunday, June 26
Time: Line-up time coming soon
The first 50 employees to sign up for the parade get a limited edition Riverside t-shirt to wear at the parade!
This year we will not have a float, but we invite you to decorate a wagon or stroller to this year’s parade theme “Unplug, Connect Game on 2022” – a family board game theme.
If you decorate your wagon or stroller for the parade, you will receive a Riverside bucket hat.
Shirts are for Riverside Employees Only. You may pick up your shirt in the Pavilion Lobby on Thursday, June 23, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
If you cannot pick up your shirt during this time, please contact Gabby Cinnamon at ext. 46503 or firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a time to pick up your shirt in the marketing office.
Shirts will NOT be interoffice mailed.
If you cannot pick up your shirt before the parade, we will bring all extra shirts to the parade so no need to worry!
Shirts are unisex sizing.
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