Young Brookfield Student Takes Stand Against Alzheimer's Disease!

September 5, 2017

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A Brookfield boy thinks outside the box and will donate all of his profits from his lemonade stand to a charity. He was inspired by his grandmother's death from Alzheimer's Disease. Eleven-year-old Jack Currier raised money for part of his summer in San Gabriel and Santa Maria in Brookfield. Giving to the Alzheimer's Association is a compassionate way for Currier to honor his grandmother who battled the disease for five years. He hopes that Alzheimer's will one day be a forgotten word. Check out the inspiring story here!