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Friday, August 27, 2010

Boy Ginger's Big News!

Miss Ginger does all the work and Boy Ginger gets all the glory... story of her life!!!

After all the work she does to support ,Legacy Community Health Services, wouldn't you know that HE is being honored at their annual luncheon as their corporate honoree!

Check out the blurb, and let us know if you'd like to attend!!

Press Release


Michael Mandola

Special Events Manager

Legacy Community Health Services

Phone: (713) 574-9736


Rachel Brown, Debbie Festari, and Martha Turner to chair Legacy Community Health Services

8th Annual Luncheon on Tuesday, September 21, 2010 at Houston’s Wortham Theatre, Grand Foyer at 11:30 AM

This year Legacy Community Health Services will benefit from the proceeds of its 8th annual luncheon held on Tuesday, September 21, 2010, honoring Frank Campisi for his exceptional support of Legacy Community Health Services over the last 30 years. In addition, George Burch, a great supporter of Legacy and District Manager at Macy’s, a Houston landmark and advocate for all of Legacy’s services, will be the 2010 corporate honorees.

All proceeds from this year’s luncheon will benefit Legacy’s highly regarded healthcare programs – from our maternity and pediatric services to our social and medical services for people living with HIV/AIDS. Legacy provides a comprehensive set of health and wellness programs at four different clinics in some of Houston’s low-income neighborhoods.

We hope you will join us in raising the funds that will make a difference in the lives of so many people in need of quality primary healthcare services. Donations can be made and tickets for September’s luncheon can be purchased online at, or contact Michael Mandola at

Legacy Community Health Services is a full-service, Federally Qualified Health Center that provides comprehensive, primary healthcare services to all Houstonians in a culturally sensitive, judgment-free and confidential environment. Legacy specializes in HIV/AIDS testing and treatment. Generous financial support from individuals, businesses and charitable foundations allows Legacy to provide no-cost or low-cost healthcare services to over 33,000 men, women and children each year.

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Wortham Theatre’s Grand Foyer

Chairman – Rachel Brown and Debbie Festari,

Honorary Chairman - Martha Turner

11:30 AM


David Dust said...

I'm so glad "The G's" are getting recognized for all the hard work they do for such a wonderful cause.

And what a cute picture!!


Beth said...

That's wonderful, and so well-deserved! XOXO

Bucko (a.k.a., Ken) said...

Congrats, your efforts are not unseen.

mistress maddie said...

Well, congrats on the huge recognition girl!!!! You really do deserve it. Your always there to lend a hand and help out the community! I'm so pround and happy for you!!! And to show you how much, my Boy-Toy will also be at Southern Decadence over Labor Day!!! I told him to connect with you over facebook for cock-a-tails! See- I told you one day I would loan him out to you! And btw- I enjoyed looking at the many pics from your trip. Stunning photos. I don't know if I ever told you Miss G, but my great grandfather was born and raised in Amsterdam. I hope to visit there one day. Sorry for the blog jack, I'll shut up now.


Miss Ginger Grant said...

Maddie, honey, you can jack my blog any 'ole time!

theminx said...

Congrats! And I agree with DD - what a great pic!

Lisa said...

Congrats to both of you! And believe me, you work does not go unnoticed!


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