‘Dining with Purpose’
Charleszetta Lewis, director of Loving Hands Adult Day Services, sends this Cheer:
“Loving Hands Adult Day Care Inc. wishes to thank the following sponsors for their support of our second annual ‘Dining with Purpose’ Pastarrific/Silent Auction fundraiser Sept. 15:
“Ivy Tech (marketing sponsor), Hemelt Neurology (table sponsor), Mick Owens (table sponsor), The Kokomo Herald (marketing sponsor), and Rex Gingerich & family (donation sponsor).
“We thank the following businesses and persons for their donated items: Meijer, Sunspot, McDonald’s, Auto Zone, Wal-Mart, Family Video, Texas Roadhouse, Four Winds Casino, Mike’s Car Wash, Marsh Designing Lines, Club Fitness, Burger King, Olive Garden, Kroger, Button Motors, Carlos Burmudez, Rising Star Casino, Master Creations, Lucas Furniture, Rally’s, Soupley’s, McGonigal’s, Whiskey Creek, Ruby Tuesday, Marriott Hotel, Esther’s Boutique, Bear Creek Farms, Thomas Meriwether, IHoP, Starbucks, Rite Quality, Patti Host, Pizza Hut, Pet Supplies Plus, Malibu Tanning Salon, Indianapolis Colts, Outback Steakhouse, Hardee’s, Lowe’s, Rural King, Half Moon, Coca-Cola, Sherry Shelton, Grindstone Charley’s, Mid Central Trophy, Flowers By Ivan & Rick, McAllister’s, Pat Luttrell, Bob Evans, Country Catfish, Indiana University, Robert Miller & Son Furniture, Cloyd, Rondy, & Dennis Patterson, Jerry Dye w/Tastefully Simple, Jewelry by Jackie, Merle Norman Cosmetics, Z92FIVE, Cynthia Hendricks and the Pastarrific Restaurant.
“We also send out an additional thank-you to Shiela Smith, Tillie Stickely, and Linda Butchart who each assisted in so many ways with preparation of the event! Lastly, we appreciate so much those who came out to support the event.”
‘Dining with Purpose’
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