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Breakfast at Tiffany's

Story and photography by Britt Cole

The Audrey Hepburns of Knoxville and their friends came out to support the Alzheimer’s Association at “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” held recently at Clarity Pointe. Decor featured Tiffany blue, pearls and tiaras. Guests enjoyed a breakfast buffet with a to-go option, mimosas and assorted sweets. An original watercolor painting by local artist, Rebecca Engel Coppala, was part of the silent auction. Miss Lulu Pearl, a therapy cat, was the center of attention in her best little black dress and tiara.

The Alzheimer’s Association Tennessee Chapter serves 105 counties in Tennessee, Arkansas and Virginia. Since 1980, the Chapter has fought to advocate for patients and caregivers. Today they serve over 120,000 patients, as well as over 435,000 caregivers.

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