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Lakeview Regional Hosts 2nd Annual Street Rod & Classic Car Show Benefitting Louisiana Alzheimer’s Association

Lakeview Regional Medical Center is pleased to announce the “Magic of Memories” Street Rod & Classic Car Rally is returning to the hospital campus at 95 Judge Tanner Blvd., Covington on Saturday, May 21st. All proceeds from the second annual car show, which is hosted by the Lakeview Regional Medical Center Volunteer Auxiliary and the Kiwanis Club Northshore Mandeville, will benefit the Louisiana Alzheimer Association. “We are happy to host this family fun event,” states Jerry Lambert, LRMC Volunteer Auxiliary President. “We invite everyone in the community to come out and enjoy music, food, and door prizes, while viewing an array of spectacular cars and trucks that you don’t see everyday.”

According to the Alzheimer’s Association, Alzheimer’s is the only cause of death in the top 10 in America that cannot be prevented, cured or slowed, with a staggering new diagnosis every 67 seconds. “The funds that Lakeview Regional raises at the Magic of Memories Show helps to advance the care, support and research efforts of the Alzheimer Association,” states Cindy Quigley, Lakeview Regional Sales Director of Behavioral Health.

Entrance fee for viewing the show is free to the public. Car registration ($25 on the day of the show, $20 for pre-registered participants) takes place from 8:30 a.m. – 11 a.m., with judging from 11 a.m. until 12 p.m. Awards for Top 25 Cars, Top 25 Trucks and Sponsors will be presented at 2 p.m. For more information, contact Ricky Quigley at (985) 237-9134 or Mike Pausina at (985) 966-3165.


The Second Annual “Magic of Memories” Street Rod & Classic Car Rally, held in May as a benefit for the Louisiana Alzheimer Association, was hosted by the Lakeview Regional Medical Center Volunteer Auxiliary and the Kiwanis Club Northshore Mandeville. Recently, Cindy Quigley, Lakeview Regional's Behavioral Health Outreach Director presented a check with the monies raised for $7,229 to Brian Berrigan, Executive Director for the Alzheimer's Association.

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