Cerna Volunteers for AFSC’s “Gathering of Friends”

This is Catalina’s second year volunteering for the Alzheimer’s Family Services Center‘s (AFSC) “Gathering of Friends” event.  Catalina Elwell is Cerna Orange County’s Care Coordinator and she is all about helping out a worthy cause. The 15th annual event is presented by the Alzheimer’s Family Services Center, a non-profit organization created to improve quality of life for families challenged by Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias.


Catalina is a volunteer for Gathering of Friends (pictured 2nd from left) 

For 35 years, the Alzheimer’s Family Services Center has playing a key role in Orange County’s continuum of long term careservices by providing affordable access to high quality, culturally appropriate dementia care and supportive services.
Producing an event for 300 people takes a village. While the event is designed to be a wonderful evening for guests, it does have a fundamental purpose, to raise funds and awareness. Catalina was on hand to help collate event packets and stuff envelopes with direct mail pieces to promote “Gathering of Friends.”

The 15th Annual “A Gathering of Friends” – themed In a League of Their Own – is on Saturday, May 2, 2015 in Huntington Beach at The Waterfront Beach Resort. Guests will enjoy a fun-filled evening as ASFC honors Archstone Foundation, their Distinguished Friend Honoree and longtime supporter of the agency – as well as and Bal Laubach, ASFC’s Participant Honoree, who is a beneficiary of the center’s day services.

More Event Info
Visit the AFSC website

Contact Cerna’s Catalina Elwell

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