Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Center hosted the second annual Riverhead Walk for Alzheimer’s & Clambake Saturday morning, bringing participants together to walk for a cause.
Eighteen teams of walkers enjoyed breakfast and a show by New York’s USO Liberty Bells before hitting the path at Milton L. Burns Park. The walk concluded at the Long Island Aquarium & Exhibition Center where those who raised more than $100 for the non-profit enjoyed a clambake and entrance to the museum.
To make a donation, visit the center’s fundraising page. The walk raised nearly $28,000 as of Saturday night. The goal was $50,000.