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Monday, January 9, 2012

Response to article

I can't believe the response I have seen in the last 24 hours. I can't thank everyone enough for their support and contributions! The days are winding down and my legs are feeling lighter and lighter with the adrenaline rush! Thanks again and keep spreading the word about Alzheimer's Disease!

Donation Location

Thanks to everyone! These are the ways to best donate:

  Send directly to me at 601 Eicher Hall, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo MI 49008   or:

Send a check to:
Alzheimer’s Association
Michigan Great Lakes Chapter
310 N Main St, Suite 100
Chelsea, MI 48118

 Thanks Again!


Check out the article the Kalamazoo Gazette did. Thanks so much for your support!!

Sunday, January 8, 2012

Almost Game Time

Thanks so much to those who have already contributed! The date is nearing rapidly and I can only run so many more miles in preparation. The warm holiday break gave me some good training weather. I hope everyone had a great holiday season. I would like to extend another invitation to support the cause. Every dollar counts and will be most appreciated. If you wish to donate please contact the Alzheimer's Association in Kalamazoo, Michigan or myself at (734) 770 9832 .. Thank you so much again for your support!

Bryan Applin

Monday, November 14, 2011


Check out the Facebook page and like it! Encourage people you know to get involved!

It's Going to Be Chilly!

Hey everyone!
       My name is Bryan Applin. I am a freshman at Western Michigan University and I like to run.           Hopefully you have heard about Run to Remember, but if you have not, it is an event supporting The Alzheimer's Association of Southwest Michigan. I am going to be running 35 miles from Kalamazoo, Michigan to South Haven, Michigan. This event is taking place January 14th, 2011. Am I crazy? Possibly. My grandmother died of Alzheimer's and the disease was something I really never understood until after her passing. My idea is to raise money and help fund the Association in the Kalamazoo community to educate people about the disease so they are not as in the dark as I was. You can't help if you don't understand. Please consider donating to either myself or directly to the Association! Thanks for the support,