‘The Longest Day’ and continual growth


Saturday’s “The Longest Day” was the second-annual fundraiser held in Fayette County for the Alzheimer’s Association. It occurred in downtown Washington Court House at the 100 block of South and North Main streets. Barb Creamer (R) and Sarah Dutton (L) were volunteering at the event through Carriage Court. Creamer is the business office manager while Dutton is the Memory Care Director. Dutton said, “We’re very happy. There is definitely more road traffic than we had last year. Continual growth is a good thing.”

Saturday’s “The Longest Day” was the second-annual fundraiser held in Fayette County for the Alzheimer’s Association. It occurred in downtown Washington Court House at the 100 block of South and North Main streets. Barb Creamer (R) and Sarah Dutton (L) were volunteering at the event through Carriage Court. Creamer is the business office manager while Dutton is the Memory Care Director. Dutton said, “We’re very happy. There is definitely more road traffic than we had last year. Continual growth is a good thing.”


Jennifer Woods | Record-Herald photo

Saturday’s “The Longest Day” was the second-annual fundraiser held in Fayette County for the Alzheimer’s Association. It occurred in downtown Washington Court House at the 100 block of South and North Main streets. Barb Creamer (R) and Sarah Dutton (L) were volunteering at the event through Carriage Court. Creamer is the business office manager while Dutton is the Memory Care Director. Dutton said, “We’re very happy. There is definitely more road traffic than we had last year. Continual growth is a good thing.”

Saturday’s “The Longest Day” was the second-annual fundraiser held in Fayette County for the Alzheimer’s Association. It occurred in downtown Washington Court House at the 100 block of South and North Main streets. Barb Creamer (R) and Sarah Dutton (L) were volunteering at the event through Carriage Court. Creamer is the business office manager while Dutton is the Memory Care Director. Dutton said, “We’re very happy. There is definitely more road traffic than we had last year. Continual growth is a good thing.”
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/06/web1_CPiece.jpgSaturday’s “The Longest Day” was the second-annual fundraiser held in Fayette County for the Alzheimer’s Association. It occurred in downtown Washington Court House at the 100 block of South and North Main streets. Barb Creamer (R) and Sarah Dutton (L) were volunteering at the event through Carriage Court. Creamer is the business office manager while Dutton is the Memory Care Director. Dutton said, “We’re very happy. There is definitely more road traffic than we had last year. Continual growth is a good thing.” Jennifer Woods | Record-Herald photo