Mindful Care 2018 Spring Benefit

YOU ARE INVITED TO A PARTY!

Mindful Care Adult Day Services Spring Benefit & Celebration

“Springtime in the Boro – Honoring Dr. Ravi Singh”

Saturday, April 14, 7-10 p.m.

At the home of Sarah and Al Rahal, 2933 Caraway Drive, Murfreesboro  (see map link below)

Dr. Singh, who has a private practice and also serves on the staff at TrustPoint Hospital, is a man who has never sought the public spotlight. Throughout his 46-year career, Dr. Singh has provided care to thousands of patients affected by Alzheimer’s disease and other mental health issues. He was one of our very first donors who provided seed money to our start-up campaign in 2006. He has been an avid supporter ever since. It was Dr. Singh who began offering geriatric and Alzheimer’s care many years ago when almost no other physician provided these specialties. This recognition of Dr. Singh is long overdue.

DONATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED AT THE EVENT.

RSVP: Email Tina O’Brien / Email Tom Tozer

Map: https://goo.gl/maps/u8JsLm7NSDH2 

Can’t join us for this event? You can still GIVE through our safe Giving Matters donation portal!

Thank you to our supporters!

Community Foundation of Mid TN

The Healing Trust

Murfreesboro Medical Clinic

Saint Thomas Rutherford

 

Ascension Health

 

United Way – Rutherford

WGNS Radio

New Vision Baptist Church

Alzheimer’s Assoc.

Community Development Block Grant

Vista Points

Dance Murfreesboro

TN Chiropractic Alliance

Wax Family Printing

Charity Circle of Murfreesboro

Tom & Linda Tozer

 

 

 

 

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