Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 16 Page 17 Page 18 Page 19 Page 20Second Annual Freeze HD Event The stars came out at the Bootleg Theater in Los Angeles to raise funds and awareness at the Second Annual Freeze HD event. More than $200,000 was raised to support HDSA and HDBuzz. Among the many special guests in attendance were actresses Annette Bening and Marianna Palka as well as Jason, Tyler, Carly and Nancy Ritter. The event was coordinated by actress Kate Miner and her family. Kate’s mother and two sisters have tested positive for HD and have become incredible advocates in raising HD awareness and funds to support HDSA’s mission. The event also included special musical performances from Moon Child and Zac Clark. 3 HDSA Chairman Leads TEAM HDSA at New York City Marathon honor of the strongest fighters I know: HD patients and their families,” said Dr. Cha. “My doctors were not thrilled to hear that I was going to be running the New York City Marathon so soon. But, then again, what do doctors know,” he jokingly added. For more information please visit The Guthrie Sessions at HDSA This year HDSA launched The Guthrie Sessions at HDSA to pay homage to our music roots and the Guthrie family legacy. The performances are edited and directed by Rae Maxwell and have received fabulous fanfare. Artists volunteer their time and talents to support HDSA’s mission and pay tribute to Woody Guthrie. Every Monday a new song from a monthly featured artist is released on the HDSA YouTube Channel and shared across HDSA’s social media platforms. The program has reached thousands — introducing HD to new audiences around the globe. 2016 Artists included: Dylan Brady, Betty Who, JT Makoviecki, Carly Ritter, Mary Lambert, Honey LaRochelle, Maya Azucena, Morgan Myles, St. Lenox, Ben Lee and Zac Clark. Presented by Stay tuned for more incredible performances in 2017 by visiting TEAM HDSA consisted of twenty-four runners from across the United States who raised much-needed funds and awareness to fight Huntington’s disease at the 2016 New York City Marathon. The team raised more than $110,000 to support HDSA’s mission! This team’s highest fundraiser was HDSA’s Chairman of the Board of Trustees Dr. Jang-Ho Cha who raised nearly $13,000. Despite living a healthy lifestyle, Dr. Cha suffered an unexpected life-threatening stroke just 10-months prior to hitting the starting line. He received excellent medical treatment, but he said it was the lessons he learned from HD families that was his best medicine. “I ran in