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Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Celebrating our 1st Year of Senior Advocacy - Join the Fund Raiser for Parkinson's

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We are delighted to announce a benefit for The National Parkinson Foundation of Central & Southeast Ohio to celebrate Senior Agenda's first year of programming. The beautiful Parkside Village Senior Living Community has graciously agreed to host the event on Friday, June 13th 2014 at 730 North Spring Road in Westerville just minutes from Polaris. Festivities will kick off at 7:00 pm and include a luscious buffet dinner, open bar, live jazz, highlights from our first year of programming and donated door prizes from local trusted vendors and providers. Tickets are on sale now for just $35 and can be purchased through Eventbright here or by using the tab in the menu section at the top of the blog. All proceeds (100%) will go to The National Parkinson Foundation of Central and Southeast Ohio. Space is limited so purchase now in order to secure your place at what is sure to be a memorable celebration for a wonderful cause.

About the Cause...NPF Central & Southeast Ohio is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing support to individuals and families affected by Parkinson's Disease.  They host and organize a number of activities, fund raisers, support groups and educational opportunities for the local community while simultaneously participating in the national effort to raise awareness. Parkinson's Disease is a neurodegenerative progressive brain disorder for which there is yet no cure.  The best hope is for researchers to continue to work toward a cure and treatment options.  In the meantime, local chapters like the NPF Central & Southeast Ohio work at the community level with grassroots efforts to assist those affected and inform the public.  Visit their website here.

About Senior Agenda...Senior Agenda with Lisa Stockdale is a weekly radio program that goes live every Thursday morning at 10:00 (EST) on That program re-airs on Thursdays at 5:00 pm during your drive home and can also be heard locally Sunday evenings at 7:00 on Columbus Community Radio at 98.3 and 102.1 on your FM dial.  We focus on all things senior. No topic is taboo.  Nothing is too boring, and nothing is off limits.  Senior Agenda works to raise awareness, educate and issue calls to action by examining pertinent social, political, healthcare, economic and personal issues that impact seniors.  There is a strong emphasis on wellness in aging and celebrating seniors. Listen to recent podcast here.

About (TTR) offers the finest in online radio programming, talent development, audio and video production, show promotion and marketing in the city.  The studio is a high tech, first class operation which easily accommodates several guests creating an atmosphere conducive to spark conversation and encourage dialogue. has been streaming 24 hours a day, seven days a week and 52 weeks a year since 2006.  The TTR family works tirelessly to keep the station up and operating at optimal capacity.  They welcomed Senior Agenda with Lisa Stockdale to their lineup in May of 2013.  We are blessed to have one of the most experienced production managers in the nation - Mr. Ed Dozier - overseeing our efforts.  

About the venue...Parkside Village in Westerville has graciously agreed to host our very first fund-raiser/birthday bash.  Parkside Village is central Ohio's newest (2012) and most dynamic Senior Living Community.  More than the stunning property situated on a wooded lot with a country-like feel or the elegant/upscale interior or the varied floor plans or even the delightful staff is the care they provide.  As a community liaison for a home care agency that works closely with Parkside, I can personally attest to the wonderful care, attention to detail and on-going communication provided at Parkside.  They offer assisted living, independent living and memory care.  The memory care unit, better known as "The Glen," is one of the most inviting in the city.  It comes as no surprise that Parkside recently achieved a deficiency-free survey with the Ohio Department of Health.  Visit website here.

About the music will be performed by local jazz artist Dwight Lenox and the Lenox Avenue Express. Dwight has been singing professionally in central Ohio for more than 20 years and he and his band have almost 15 years together.  They specialize in jazz but also offer a fun variety of dance music.  Dwight was interviewed on Senior Agenda recently - a podcast will be available for review shortly.  For a preview of the music, listen here.  We are honored to have such talent to help us celebrate Senior Agenda and raise money for NPF Central & Southeast Ohio.  

About the door prizes...a nice variety of door prizes will be offered by trusted local vendors and healthcare providers.  Those who donate door prizes will be listed in the event program and acknowledged on social media sites in the weeks leading up to the event.  Please contact us at 614-800-5550 if you are interested in making a donation.