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Coastal Memory Walk for Alzheimer’s is June 22

BANDON – The Coastal Memory Walk in Bandon is an annual fundraiser to increase awareness and support research efforts to defeat Alzheimer’s Disease. The walk is in honor of those who experience the impact of Alzheimer’s.

The 2024 walk is once again sponsored by Pacific View Assisted Living & Memory Care in Bandon and will be held Saturday, June 22, and will start at Bandon City Park and head two blocks west to the Pacific Ocean. There it will split into three paths. The Pelican (2.5 miles) takes you down 124 stairs to the sand where you head south to Face Rock. The Seagull (1.5 miles) has the option of going down either staircase and walking the beach past Elephant Rock. The Puffin (1 mile) is an ADA-accessible paved cliff walk overlooking stunning beach vistas. All three walks return to City Park, where there will be, food, music, and more. Dogs and kids are welcome.

Those who registered before June 2 will receive The Longest Day T-shirt, honoring the summer solstice and the slogan, “The day with the most light is the day we fight.”

The park opens at 9 a.m. and the walk kicks off at 10 a.m.

After the walk stroll through the Promise Garden in the park, grab a taco from Porkys Taco Truck and take a picture in our memories booth. There will be music, food and camraderie to make your walk day a memorable one.

Not a walker? Spend your day at Bandon City Park with team members while others do the walking. Have a schedule conflict or not in the area? Consider making a donation to the Coastal Memory Walk for Alzheimer’s.

And don’t forget to wear your purple!

Register to walk with by visiting:

Registration is also available the morning of the walk starting at 9 a.m. We are asking for a $20 donation to walk but will not turn anyone away.

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