|Jose Guzman ~ Guzman 23 Foundation|
Guzman 23 Foundation
Founded by Jose Guzman, winner of Southlake Newcomer’s Club Dancing with our Stars event, this foundation generates funds to provide patients with financial support to fight Alzheimer's Disease.
7/14/2011 – 6pm - 9pm Website Launch PartyLocation Lucky Strike Lanes - Fort Worth
2845 West Seventh Street, Fort Worth, TX 76107
Attire Summer Dressy Casual
21 Yrs & Older Entrance only with state issued ID / Driver's License
Tickets $23.00 Donation for (1) one complimentary well drink ticket, photo opportunity, & (1) one autographed item.
Benefiting Alzheimer’s disease patients & their families.
If you would like to donate, sponsor, or volunteer for this event contact firstname.lastname@example.org
8/17/2011 Wine and Dinner Fundraiser
Join us at Grady’s Restaurant in Fort-Worth and help raise funds for Alzheimer’s research and relief funding.
2443 Forest Park Blvd.
Fort Worth, TX 76110
10/1/2011 Alzheimer’s Walk
Walk, jog or sprint 2.2 miles starting at the UTA-Maverick Activities Center–Outdoor Basketball/Volleyball Court (on the south side of the MAC.
Call or Email Leslie Alvarez
(800) 272-3900 or (817) 336-4949 email@example.com
4/18/2011 Larry King with Maria Shriver
Watch the interview at http://cnnpressroom.blogs.cnn.com/2011/04/18/cnn-presents-a-larry-king-special/
Request InformationRequest more information about the Guzman23Foundation, volunteer or find out how to make a donation.
Click on this link~ http://guzman23foundation.org/
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