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The 13-year-old Ardmore teen remembers how Mambi treasured Shirina's earliest artwork. Each new finger painting or crayon creation -- and there were many -- won praise and a prominent place on Mambi's kitchen fridge. So Shirina decided to continue making art for her grandmother in a way that would also raise funds to support Alzheimer's research. She calls the project Art 4 Alzheimer's.

~Lois Puglionesi, 2011 Daily Times

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Shirina Braun will always remember her maternal grandmother, Elizabeth Kavanaugh Doyle, for the person she was before she developed Alzheimer's disease.

"I did not want to see anyone else suffer like my grandmother did," Shirina said. "I thought, 'what can I do to make a difference? What can I do to prevent the grief my family went through?' It was a very tough time."

Shirina Braun, her twin sister Aiyana, and their Grandfather, Judge Joseph Ted Doyle

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Congratulations Art 4 Alzheimer’s for winning $2,500 for the Haverford High School Charities!

Shirina Braun, her twin sister Aiyana, and their Grandfather, Judge Joseph Ted Doyle