Kicking off yet another exciting and eventful weekend in the Capitol City, family and friends have gathered at the Landmark Theatre for the highly anticipated “Forget Me Not Project,” a nationally acclaimed community event designed to fight against Alzheimer’s disease – an illness that is killing African Americans and Hispanics at alarming rates.
KISS FM’s Miss Community Clovia shares a moment with a guest at the Landmark Theatre.
This morning’s prayer breakfast, health fair and open forum presented by Praise 104.7FM & KISS FM created more opportunities for guests to learn more about the impact of Alzheimer’s on our generation and what is being done to fight the good fight of faith along the way.
Miss Community Clovia with Rev. Roscoe D. Cooper III & First Lady Cooper (of Rising Mt. Zion Baptist Church).
Designed to effectively bring science and art together in a rare experience meant to educate, empower and entertain all at once, the “Forget Me Not Project” is continuing this evening with the highly anticipated “Forget Me Not” stage play featuring world renowned special guests Bern Nadette Stanis (“Thelma” of Good Times), R&B legend Melba Moore, “Grammy nominee Calvin Richardson, Gary Jenkins (of R&B group Silk”) and plenty more.
Be sure to come back here after the show to view more highlights from the entire weekend as we continue to serve our community and impact the world concerning Alzheimer’s advocacy and the eradication of the disease.
View photos of our day with Bern Nadette Stanis and others below at the Landmark Theatre.
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH BERN NADETTE STANIS COMING SOON
Actress and national spokeswoman Bern Nadette Stanis talks exclusively to KISS FM’s Miss Community Clovia about her role as an Alzheimer’s caregiver to her late mother and reflects on the journey so far.
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