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Public invited to free program on memory loss at Providence Mt. St. Vincent | West Seattle Herald / White Center News Skip to Main Content Area Friday, June 16, 2017 | Broken clouds, 62.6 °F search Letters Sign in Subscribe Contact Us Front Page News Features Sports Opinion Police Blotter Seattle's oldest standing home up for sale in Alki neighborhood Even as Seattle pushes at seemingly incredible speed into the ... Westside-O-Rama West Seattle Entertainment Guide Admiral Theater 2343 California Ave. S.W. 938-3456 Movie ... Sportswatch June 7 -13 By Tim Clinton SPORTS EDITOR Semipro baseball Highline ... Amanda's View: California farewell By Amanda Knox (It’s worth noting that Chris and I had just ... Police Blotter Week of 6-12-17 Car prowler caught in act Officers arrested a car prowler in ... News Water Taxi service will be suspended ten days in August; Colman Dock being renovated Seattle's oldest standing home up for sale in Alki neighborhood Public invited to free program on memory loss at Providence Mt. St. Vincent The Seattle Chamber Music Society presents 'Music under the stars' in Delridge Playfield Delayed seven story apartment project on Avalon Way up for new Design Review Board recommendation meeting 'Civil matter' draws strong police response on Marine View Drive SW Active Oceans: How the ECHO Program is working to reduce the impact of vessel traffic on whales in the Salish Sea JuNO meeting discusses DEIS amendments and HALA West Seattle's Lisa Coronado appearing on Twin Peaks series return Gunshot and car chase in West Seattle ends in arrest Student film on black baseball barnstorming
to benefit Admiral Theater mural restoration Susan Gay Moore On the Go Week of 6-12-17 One suspect caught in home burglary in Burien; Second suspect at large Morgan Junction Festival promises family fun Saturday, June 17 UPDATE: Flightpath hopes to become a neighborhood hub for Boulevard Park; Opening the week of June 26 One suspect arrested, one escapes in stolen car incident It's residential burglary season: Here's how to prevent (and report) that crime New Orleans inspired B's Po Boy opening on Alki after owners fall in love with West Seattle New mural makes wall in Admiral District more beautiful if a bit mysterious Say Goodbye to Glacier High School with a Walk-through on June 17 Delridge Wetlands Design Community Open House coming up June 15 Landmarks Preservation Board to consider nomination of the Avalon Substation building for landmark status A light at the end of the tunnel project -- Washington State Department of Transportation’s Joe Hedges speaks at West Seattle Chamber luncheon FAA calls for comment on proposed use of Runway 34 Public invited to free program on memory loss at Providence Mt. St. Vincent 06/16/2017 updated 23 minutes ago information from Providence Mt. St. Vincent The Memory & Brain Wellness Center is also sponsoring a free program for the public on Wednesday, June 28th, from 4 to 5:30 pm, in the Pigott Chapel at Providence Mount St. Vincent, 4831 35th Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98126. The program is titled “Alzheimer’s Disease:  A Research Update” and will be presented by Kristoffer Rhoads, Ph.D., of the UW Memory & Brain Wellness Center. Dr. Rhoads, primary neuropsychologist for the Wellness Center, will discuss current research into prevention or treatment of Alzheimer’s disease. To RSVP, please call 206-744-2017 or The program will include a film was produced by a group of individuals with memory loss. They are/were participants in an 8-week advocacy workshop called “Our Time Has Come” sponsored by the UW Medicine Memory & Brain Wellness Center. The workshop’s goal was to raise awareness and challenge stigma about memory loss. These individuals point out that dementia can happen to anyone. We encourage our readers to comment. No registration is required. We ask that you keep your comments free of profanity and keep them civil. They are moderated and objectionable comments will be removed. View the discussion thread. Please send us your news tips, photos or ideas of how we can better cover your neighborhood. Email us at or TEXT news tips to 206-459-6717 Receive updates on news and events in the West Seattle neighborhood via Twitter! Web development by Freelock Computing © 2017 Robinson Communications Inc. All Rights Reserved. Contact Us Terms Home Delivery Media kit available on request -- contact window.fbAsyncInit = function() { FB. FB.Event.subscribe("edge.create", function(href, widget) { _gaq. }); }; (function() { var e = document. e.async = true; e.src = document.location.protocol + '//'; document.getElementById('fb-root'). }()); _qoptions={ qacct:"p-04cWTlFWpKYdM" };