DIAGNOSING FUN: Getting ready for the Dinner and Diagnosis evening for Neighbor for Neighbor are, from left, show producer Jon Terry, Neighbor for Neighbor Executive Director Ann Smith, event coordinator and emcee Rebecca Jimerson and Brady Orchestra violinist Karen Harmon.
Neighbor for Neighbor announces “Dinner & Diagnosis,” a major fundraising event to further its mission to serve. Neighbor for Neighbor provides free medical, dental and optical care for thousands of Tulsans that would otherwise not have access to care.
On Friday, Oct. 8, will present a dazzling evening of celebration that will be highlighted with a special performance by The Brady Orchestra, Tulsa’s very own and talented Beatles tribute band that also performs Chicago, classics and much more. The night full of dinner and dancing will happen in Tulsa’s newest ballroom gem, the Tulsa Convention Center Ballroom.
Brady Orchestra, under the direction of Peter Mayo, is comprised of 14 extremely talented musicians who have dedicated their skills and talents to the recreation of the sound of The Beatles.
Neighbor for Neighbor is seeking major contributors and sponsors for this event in order to continue the care for the medical needs of our neighbors without access to care. Sponsorships are at various levels.
Each sponsor has a table for ten. Individual tickets can also be purchased for $65 each.
Neighbor for Neighbor has been serving Tulsa’s poor and powerless for 42 years as a non-profit organization that is privately funded and operated.
Gloria Caldwell will be honored as Neighbor for Neighbor’s Volunteer of the Year. She has been active at since the 1970s.
For sponsorship or ticket information, please call (918) 425- 5578, ext. 128.