in honor of Carla

The Tenth Annual Memory Mixer: A Party to End Alzheimer’s is one event you won’t want to miss.

Mackenzie Kelley, along with her brother, Charlie, and close friends, started the Memory Mixer eight years ago to honor their mother, Carla Hildebrand, who passed away from Alzheimer’s disease in 2012 at the age of 60.  What started as a small fundraising gathering among family and friends has grown into an elegant evening with over 400 guests.

All proceeds from the Memory Mixer will go directly to the Alzheimer’s Association Minnesota-North Dakota Chapter.

Your dollars spent at the event fuel the Alzheimer’s Association’s mission-related initiatives of care, support, and research. In addition, your actions both through donating and by attending the event help to change the level of Alzheimer’s awareness in your community.

The Memory Mixer has raised over $240,000 in its first nine years, and we hope to raise an additional $75,000 at this year's event.

Thank you for joining us in the fight to end Alzheimer’s – one party at a time.

 

THE PLANNING COMMITTEE

Emily Phillips, Ann Hanstad, Jaclyn Fladmark, Greta Hughes, Mackenzie Kelley, Emily Meisinger, Leigh Hauck, Amy Brothers, Jeanette Dressen, Ann Patnode,

Emily Phillips, Ann Hanstad, Jaclyn Fladmark, Greta Hughes, Mackenzie Kelley, Emily Meisinger, Leigh Hauck, Amy Brothers, Jeanette Dressen, Ann Patnode,

The Memory Mixer is a labor of love from our small group of board members who volunteer after work and in-between family time to plan this event. Our budget starts at $0 each year and we work like crazy to put on the best possible event. We’re grateful for your support. Interested in getting involved? Let us know!