Join us Saturday, April 26, 2014 at the Chattanoogan Hotel for the 4th Annual Everyday Heroes Gala, an evening of cocktails, dinner & dancing celebrating & supporting ALS research. ALS has many faces. Many people lose the ability to talk, walk, eat and even breathe. The average life expectancy is three to five years after an ALS diagnosis. We need to find the causes of ALS and a way to stop this devastating disease. The Everyday Heroes Gala began in Calder Willingham's memory. Calder died at the age of 69 shortly after being diagnosed with ALS, commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. He left behind many who loved him. His dying wish was for his family to bring ALS awareness to the Chattanooga community and to raise money for ALS research in hopes to finally find a cure. For tickets and more information please visit everdayheroesgala.com.