Oct 13 2021

White Horse Village raises $27,000 at second Walk to End Alzheimer’s

White Horse Village, a nonprofit senior living community, held its second annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s on September 10, 2021, featuring a weeklong celebration of activities. Both residents and team members embraced the event raising over $27,000 for the Alzheimer’s Association, exceeding the fundraising goal of $20,000 and increasing total funds by over 35% from last year. 

The community welcomed celebrity judges Shelly Buck, President of Riddle Hospital, and DJ Malcolm Poindexter III, KYW Newsradio traffic reporter, to select winners of various contests and encourage walkers. Poindexter had participants moving and shaking with his fun music playlist. Poindexter III lost his father, also a KYW Newsradio personality, to Alzheimer’s eleven years ago.

White Horse Village thanks the following planning committee members and volunteers for their hard work to make the walk a success.

  • Residents: Pat Cassels, Carol Henn, Bonnie Scott, Carolyn Shaffer, Beth Stensrud and Duane Thurman
  • Team members: Susan Abtouche, Barbara Caso, Melissa Dell’Orefice, Kelli Foley, Casey Gonzalez and Peter Leonowitz
  • Alzheimer’s Association: Abbey Hunton and Holly Rush

White Horse Village offers a full range of senior living options and healthcare services, including Four Season Memory Care. The specialized facility cares for individuals with cognitive changes. A highly trained and compassionate nursing team strives to maximize each resident’s independence and provide person-centered care in a therapeutic setting.

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White Horse Village President & CEO Len Weiser dresses in festive purple attire, the color of support for the Alzheimer’s Association, to welcome nearly 100 walk participants.
Christine Cooney (l-r), DJ Malcolm Poindexter III, and Susan Abtouche, White Horse Village VP of Mission Enhancement, spin festive tunes to motivate walkers and entertain attendees at the event.
Residents Mary Last (left) and Barbara Schneider won the costume contest and a gift basket.
DJ Malcolm Poindexter III pumped up a spirited and enthusiastic crowd before the walk started that brought residents (l-r) Julie Dallett, Yvonne Webster and Fay Gregg to their feet.