Wednesday, the Pilot Club of Dothan held its annual Alzheimer's Benefit Luncheon.
Proceeds went to the Alzheimer's Resource Center and Project Lifesaver.
This program helps find wandering or lost people with Alzheimer's and Autistism and gives them tracking bracelets.
"We started this 20 years ago, having this luncheon to raise awareness for Alzheimers and for people that want somebody there to help them with this problem" said Angela Saad, Co-chairman of the 20th Anniversary Alzheimer's Benefit Luncheon.
This is the 20th annual luncheon.
Leaders hope it raises at least $3,000.