|Registration with Izetta (Lisa's mom) and our dear friend Lisa Mattevi.|
|Live jazz by Dwight Lenox and the Lenox Avenue Express.|
|The Author's Pavilion.|
|The Freedom Home Health Family. Freedom is the primary sponsor of Senior Agenda.|
|The stunning Ms Tiffany Ori of Parkside Village in Westerville which hosted the event.|
|Radio personality & host of Senior Agenda - Lisa Stockdale & brother - pictured here.|
We had a full house and a great time at the 2014 Senior Agenda Parkinson's Benefit for the National Parkinson's Foundation Central & Southeast Ohio! Thanks to everyone who attended, donated and sponsored. Special thanks to Parkside Village for providing such a beautiful venue and being so supportive along the way. More pictures are available on our facebook page at Senior Agenda . Please consider liking us there to follow that aspect of our work.
We have included a snapshot of the wonderful testimonials coming in below:
WOW! I came to support the Parkinson's Foundation and fell in love with Lisa and Senior Agenda. That young woman is dead serious about protecting us seniors. She is a wonderful spokesperson and it is obvious she speaks from the heart. The celebration was just beautiful.
What a great evening! It was well worth the ticket and the raffle ticket! I made new friends and spent quality time with those I knew already, plus supported an excellent cause. I also appreciated your not hiding your Christianity and Judea-Christian values - both in the program and when you spoke. Keep on standing up!
Just a note to say Thank You for the invite to the celebration last evening. What fun! I met many new friends and shared a lot with possible new friends. You put on a WONDERFUL spread...May He continue to Bless you as you continue to walk in obedience with Him.
Lisa really knows how to put on a party. Not only did we enjoy music, food and drinks, it was good to see that Senior Agenda was able to give over $2000 to the Parkinson's Foundation.