Bridge to HOPE raises funds and friends for Lindner Center of HOPE
Hosting this year’s Bridge to Hope fundraiser on March 1, the High HOPES Auxiliary
coordinated a successful day of brunch, boutique shopping and optional bingo and bunko all in an effort to raise money for and awareness of the incredible work provided to patients and families suffering with mental illness by Lindner Center of HOPE.
Dr. Paul E. Keck, Jr.
spoke of the remarkable role High Hopes plays in the successes of Lindner Center of HOPE. Through the efforts of the they help us achieve our mission and bring HOPE to people suffering with mental illness. Over 170 people attended the event held at Kenwood Country Club.
A special thank you goes to Marylou McIlwraith
and Sheila Bandy
, co-chairs and the committee of over 20 caring volunteers who worked tirelessly to make this fundraising event a success.
Co-Chairs: Marylou McIlwraith and Sheila Bandy Kathy Bechtold & Sharon Frisbee
Nancy Blum, Denny Jansen, Nancy Nyhart Co-Chairs & Kathy Bechtold
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March 2, 2011
- What’s better than an afternoon of shopping, brunch, and socializing? Well, if there is a good cause involved then that pretty much takes the cake. High Hopes, an auxiliary group providing support and awareness on behalf of Lindner Center of Hope, hosted their annual fundraiser Bridge to Hope. Read more....
The High Hopes organization invites you to a fun day
of Brunch, Boutique and optional Bridge or Bunko!
Tuesday, March 1, 2011: 10:30 am – 3:00 pm at Kenwood Country Club
Reservations: $100 Patron, $75 Brunch & Bingo/Bunko, $50 Brunch Only
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