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that was scheduled for 
Friday, November 1, 2013, at Eagle's Bluff in Bullard, TX has been CANCELED!

It has been rescheduled (exact day to be announced) for
April (Parkinson's Awareness Month) or May of 2014.

Teams that have already registered online can request a refund
by calling (903) 941-9424 or decide on no refund and 
already be pre-registered for 2014 Parkinson's Golf Tournament as paid.
Sorry for any inconvenience that this may have caused.
Thank you.

*Note:  Decision was made by the golf sub-committee on Tuesday, 10/22/13, for several different reasons beyond their control.  They apologize for any inconvenience that this may have caused.


We are the East Texas Chapter of the American Parkinson Disease Association (APDA). An estimated 1.6 million Americans have Parkinson's disease. Parkinson's Disease is a slowly progressive brain disorder resulting in the loss of dopamine production. Dopamine is the neuro-transmitter responsible for aiding in body movements. Symptoms include slowness of movement, tremor, muscle stiffness, and postural instability. To date there is no cure.
The purpose of our website is to offer PD patients, caregivers, family and friends in East Texas a place to get the latest on research, clinical trials, programs, events, educational seminars, support groups, fundraising activities and other valuable information.

Let us know if there is something we can add or change to make our site better for you and the Parkinson's community of East Texas.  Please check back often as we will be updating on a monthly basis to keep you informed on the latest information.

Dr. James Parkinson Tulip (Symbol of Hope)

Mission Statement

  • To provide hope and support to people with Parkinson's disease.

  • To support Parkinson’s disease research and programs through local fundraising.

  • To raise public awareness about Parkinson’s disease in the East Texas area.

  • To disseminate information about the disease and provide practical means of dealing with its symptoms.

  • To support programs that ease the burden for carepartners of Parkinson's patients.