For the last 16 years, Gregg Johnson and his brother Bruce of Reading, Mass. have been hosting Alzheimer’s research fundraisers for the DKJ Foundation on the golf course—in honor of their father, David K. Johnson, who was diagnosed with the disease at age 60. This past March, the brothers partnered with Aine’s Boutique in Reading for their third annual fashion show to benefit the DKJ Foundation. The boutique owner, Julie Centrella, named the store after her mother, Aine, who currently suffers from Alzheimer’s. Aine is one of 16 children, and five of her sisters also have the disease. The fundraiser was held at the Austin Preparatory School in Reading. More than 450 women attended the event, which included fashions from beach wear to evening wear, raising $18,000 for research.