Pacific Northwest
Exhibit Hall & Scavenger Hunt

Welcome to the Exhibit Hall and Scavenger Hunt for the Pacific Northwest Walk to End Alzheimer’s. Each year, Walk participants tell us how much they enjoy meeting our sponsors and exhibitors at the Walk to End Alzheimer’s. We’re proud to highlight our partners here, and hope you enjoy learning more about them. Please join us in thanking our generous sponsors for walking alongside us in this fight and leading the way to a world without Alzheimer’s and all other dementia.

Complete the Scavenger Hunt and receive a free gift!
To participate, visit each sponsor below and find the answers to their Scavenger Hunt questions — then, complete and submit the entry form below. We’ll send you a Walk to End Alzheimer’s photo frame just for participating. Happy hunting!


Fieldstone Memory Care is the 2020 Chapter Presenting Sponsor for Walk to End Alzheimer’s events throughout the Washington State Chapter. With nine memory care communities throughout the northwest, Fieldstone Memory Care Issaquah serves the greater Seattle region and provides compassionate around-the-clock care for residents with dementia.

Scavenger Hunt Question:
What is the name of the 50’s themed common area in the heart of the Issaquah Fieldstone Memory Care community? Click here to find the answer.


Building a stronger business and making a better world go hand in hand. Expeditors’ employees are proud to lead the way to the first survivor of Alzheimer’s disease.

Scavenger Hunt Question:
In what year was Expeditors founded? Click here to find the answer.


Restoring lives by advancing bold therapies.

Scavenger Hunt Question:
What are the names of Athira’s clinical trials for individuals with mild to moderate Alzheimer’s disease? Click here to find the answer.

With 150+ branches in the PNW, Columbia Bank puts people first as THE community bank in every community we serve.

Scavenger Hunt Question:
How much money has Columbia Bank’s “Pass it On” project provided towards services for those in need? Click here to find the answer.


With locations in the Central District, Shoreline and Renton, Iora Primary Care is your neighborhood doctor’s office for adults on Medicare.

Scavenger Hunt Question:
What is the name of the Iora Primary Care blog? Click here to find the answer.


Take a look inside Emerald City Senior Living and witness the warm community feel and the trusted, caring staff.

Scavenger Hunt Question:
What kind of life do residents at Emerald City Senior Living experience? Click here to find the answer.

Rooted in the Pacific Northwest culture of innovation and creativity, GLY is one of the most respected locally-owned general contractors delivering outstanding projects in a wide range of markets.

Scavenger Hunt Question:
Which GLY project currently under construction is a healthcare facility that features a robotic parking garage? Click here to find the answer.

Queen Anne Manor is a unique community designed for seniors who need help with daily tasks, but who also wish to live as independently as possible in a homelike setting.

Scavenger Hunt Question:
How many dogs can you find in the attached video? Click here to find the answer.

With the right tools and guidance, we believe anyone can achieve their financial goals. For nearly 70 years, Salal Credit Union has helped thousands of members manage their money.

Scavenger Hunt Question:
2020 marks the ____ year that Salal Credit Union has been named one of Washington’s best places to work. Click here to find the answer.

What care can do.

Scavenger Hunt Question:
UnitedHealthcare is America’s #1 Provider of _________. Click here to find the answer.


KOMO’s “Partly to Mostly Blogging” weather blog explores interesting weather phenomenon from across the region.

Scavenger Hunt Question:
What lunar event recently made a dramatic appearance across the Puget Sound region? Click here to find the answer.

Tune in or listen live to STAR 101.5, playing more music and more variety.

Scavenger Hunt Question:
What contest does Curt, Corine and Leonard play every weekday morning at 7:20 a.m.? Click here to find the answer.


The Alzheimer’s Association Washington State Chapter provides a variety of care and support services for individuals and families affected by Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia. Visit our website ( to learn more about the 24/7 helpline (1.800.272.3900), support groups, education, advocacy and more.

Scavenger Hunt Question: What is the title of the next educational program being offered by the Alzheimer’s Association? Click here to find the answer.

Scavenger Hunt Entry Form