Spotlight on Well Being - It's a Family Affair
Tuesday April 26, 2016
Parkinson's disease affects the person diagnosed with it and everyone who is close to that person: family members, friends and co-workers. Join us to learn ways to achieve a sense of well-being while living with PD and how all members of the family can find support, hope and optimism along the PD journey. Please share this information with anyone in your support network that you feel will benefit from participating.
Roseanne D. Dobkin, PhD
Associate Professor of Psychiatry
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
Optimism Personal Campaign
Like our friend Steve Moore did with his personal Campaign "OptimismRides Tour", you too can create a personal campaign. To learn more about Steve's motorcycle ride across America & to donate to his campaign click here!
There are no limits to the ways that you can get involved. Start your own fundraising page. Ask family and friends to be your supporters or sponsors. Tie your personal campaign in with a birthday or anniversary celebration, do it in honor or in memory of some special, or connect it to an activity you enjoy - the possibilities are endless! Let your imagination be your guide.
Click below to start your own personal campaign!Start Here!
9th Annual Golf Tournament
Monday, June 27, 2016
Quidnessett Country Club
Pro Clinics 10-12:00 pm
Ed Kirby, Pro PGA Tour
John Del Bonis, Pro Quidnessett Country Club
Mike Hughes, Golf Director Brown University
Dave Marcotte, Pro Point Judith Country Club
Lou Parente, Golf Director Johnson
& Wales University
Chad Spencer, Pro Valley Country Club
Dave Tiedemann, Pro Shelter
Harbor Country Club
Lunch: begins at 11:30 am Shot Gun Start: 1:00pm
Prime Rib Dinner: 6:30pm
Includes golf, cart, clinics, lunch & dinner
Golfers Cost : $175 Dinner Guest only: $60