LoginCreate an account

  Username: Password:
 
Home mySSlife Health Sponsors ‘Sparkle’ once again for Lights of Life Campaign

Sponsors ‘Sparkle’ once again for Lights of Life Campaign

E-mail Print PDF
User Rating: / 0
PoorBest 

Craig Roberts, co-chair of this year’s Lights of Life campaign, says he is thrilled to announce we have four businesses that are participating as Sparkle Sponsors.

“We are so thankful for these businesses and their support to make a difference by contributing to this year’s campaign,” Roberts said of the Sparkle Sponsors donating $5,000 this year.

Sparkle Sponsore include Advanced Heart Care, Alliance Bank, Carriage House Manor and Rock Creek Health and Rehab.

 

Help light the tree and keep alive the memory of a loved one

You are invited to help light the tree with your $25 donations in memory or in honor of someone special.

“We invite everyone to join us for the lighting of the Lights of Life Christmas tree on Thursday, Dec. 3, at 6 pm. The tree lighting will take place in The Gardens at Memorial and the evening will include the “Singing Physicians,” music by the Sulphur Springs High School band, Sulphur Springs Middle School Choir, the arrival of Santa Claus, and cookies and hot chocolate.

The campaign is gaining momentum as the committee has been working hard confirming sponsorships, planning the menu with caterer Eddie Deen and finalizing the decorations.

“Tickets are going fast, so if you plan to attend, please call Jackie Thornton at the Foundation office, 903-438-4799 to reserve your spot or to make a donation to light the tree,” said Roberts.

 
Sanjay Gupta MD (video)
Finally, straight answers about your health.
  • I want candy!
    For Halloween, CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta and CNN Eatocracy's Kat Kinsman talk candy nostalgia and the worst candy available.
  • Brother doctors freed from Iran, reunite
    Sanjay Gupta interviews two brothers, both doctors, who were imprisoned in Iran while treating HIV/AIDS patients.
  • The next killer virus
    CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta talks with virologist Nathan Wolfe about finding infectious diseases before they spread too far.
FOXNews.com
FOX News Network - We Report. You Decide.
  • Sierra Leone reaches final day of Ebola lockdown

    Frustrated residents complained of food shortages in some neighborhoods of Sierra Leone's capital on Sunday as the country reached the third and final day of a sweeping, unprecedented lockdown designed to combat the deadly Ebola disease, volunteers said.

  • The science of sexual attraction

    If a naked female stands in front of a man, where do his eyes gaze first and why? What judgment can you make about a man based on his hands? The answers to these questions and more are probably not what you think.

  • More women use frozen egg donors to get pregnant, experts say

    “The chances of you using your own eggs are very slim,” Carli , of Long Beach, Calif. remembers her doctor explaining.

  • Why I became a human guinea pig
    Earlier this week, Brian Shepherd sat down in a small doctor's office in Bethesda, Maryland. A technician swabbed his arm and gave him a quick jab with a needle.
  • 8 killed in Guinea town over Ebola fears
    They were traveling to raise awareness about the spread of the deadly Ebola virus. Instead, it seems, they encountered violence.
  • Sleep longer, dream weirder
    Here's a roundup of five medical studies published this week that might give you new insights into your health -they look at artificial sweeteners, our expanding waistlines, teen drug use, the intensity of dreams, and a new way to detect depression.

Search...

WebSite

mySSnews Login



User Menu