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Published on: August 12, 2019
by Women’s Brain Health Initiative:
Join us for conversation and cocktails with Kim Campbell, wife of Country Music Legend Glen Campbell in discussion with Fashion Entrepreneur and Media Personality Jeanne Beker.
Kim shares her story about the challenges faced by people living with Alzheimer’s disease and their families, and the role music played in their lives throughout his battle with alcohol, drugs and ultimately dementia.
Enjoy refreshments and clips from the Glen Campbell documentary ‘I’ll Be Me’, with Kim addressing the issues attendees want to hear most.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 6, 2o19 at 5:30 PM
The Ritz Carlton | 181 Wellington St. W. | Toronto
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