Our varied Guest lineup for this show includes:
St. Joseph of the Pines – Ellen Brown and Carolyn Hendricks speak about National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month and the exclusive North Carolina showing of the move, I’LL BE ME, a remarkable documentary about well known singer, Glen Campbell, and his own struggle with Alzheimer’s disease.
There will be two shows on Nov. 18th, National Memory Screening Day, and St. Joseph’s will conduct Free Memory screenings for all those who attend the movie. The show airs at 10:30 a.m. & 1 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 18th at the Belle Meade Clubhouse – 100 Waters Drive – Southern Pines, N.C. Ticket information at 910 246-3125.
Bernard Koscielniak, a retired Marine of 27 years and a member of the Aberdeen Police Dept. talks about his fundraiser for the Wounded Warrior program by auctioning off an original signagture Norman Rockwell lithograph, Marriage License, on Dec. 14th at the Carolina Hotel. Raffle tickets are $25.00 each. Bernard can be reached at 201 528-4404.
Bea Fields & Caroline Eddy of the Boys & Girls Club of the Sandhills, discuss an upcoming fundraiser featuring author Sharon Disher who wrote the book FIRST CLASS. Sharon was one of the first female graduates of the Naval Academy. She, along with other women, helped bring an end to the 131 year all-male tradition at Annapolis. The fundraiser will begin at 6 p.m. at the Southern Pines Recreation Center and includes dinner. Contact the Boys & Girls Club at 910 692-0777 for details.
The Boys & Girls Club of the Sandhills has four major fundraisers per year and rely on private donations. The work the club does insures that the many students who need focus & direction are provided with a great structural format throughout the year at a very low cost. https://www.facebook.com/boysgirlsclubs, http://sandhillsbgc.org/
Brittany Grider & Sheila Tooney of the Sandhills Presbyterian Church of Southern Pines give a heartfelt talk about the Aaron Grider Foundation, www.aarongriderfoundation.org. The foundation honors the memory of Brittany’s husband, killed in Afghanistan in 2010. The work that the foundation does speaks to a greater spirit of honoring our veterans & fallen heroes.