Angel View's 61st Benefit Luncheon
December 3, 2014
WHAT: Angel View Inc. is holding its 61st Annual Luncheon honoring Jewish Federation of the Desert with a special Donor Appreciation Award going to Tamarisk Country Club. A Distinguished Service Award will also be presented to long-time member of the executive board, Dr. Martin H. Russell.
WHERE: Agua Caliente Casino - Resort - Spa
32-250 Bob Hope Drive
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
WHEN: Monday, February 16, 2015
9:30 a.m. Ballroom Lobby Shopping Bazaar and Silent Auction
11:00 a.m. Social Reception
Noon-2:00 p.m. Luncheon and Program in Ballroom
ENTERTAINMENT: Special performance by the nationally acclaimed dance performer Christy Lane, who will do a fun presentation of dancing through the decades
COST: $85.00 for individual tickets
$850.00 tables of 10
Complimentary Valet Parking
INFO: RSVP to: Cynthia Buckner at 760-406-1016 or www.angelview.org
DRESS: Dressy luncheon or business attire
EVENT INFO: Angel View Inc. is holding its 61st Annual Luncheon honoring Jewish Federation of the Desert with a special Donor Appreciation Award going to Tamarisk Country Club. A Distinguished Service Award will also be presented to long-time member of the executive board, Dr. Martin Russell on Monday, February 16, 2015 at Agua Caliente Resort and Spa in the main ballroom.
The festivities will begin at 9:30 for bazaar shopping and silent auction. The program and luncheon starts at noon. This new and different fundraising event will include the awards ceremonies, as well as a special appearance by the nationally acclaimed dance performer Christy Lane, who will cleverly engage the audience in a fun demonstration of dancing through the decades. There will also be a short performance by Angel View’s Day Program clients.
Tickets are only $85. For more information call Cynthia Buckner at 760-406-1016 or www.angelview.org
Timmy spent his childhood baffling the medical community. His digestive issues and seizure activity were so profound, doctors didn’t understand how he could still be alive. His mom devoted herself to medical research and finding a place that could care for her son. Between hospitalizations, he lived in various group homes in New York. At the last one, he had so many injuries his mom sought another solution. They headed west.
Since moving into an Angel View home, Timmy is calmer, more expressive, and has far fewer seizures. He loves the staff, his housemates, our therapy dogs and his word board. He’s so adored by staff, his mother says happily, “Now he has more than one mommy.”