August 16, 2015 Grace’s Courage Crusade Eighth Annual Fundraiser

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300-265Join Us for Brunch – Sunday August 16, 2015, 11am-3pm   

Please join us for this amazing event to benefit Grace’s Courage Crusade, a passionate mission of the Sidoti/Caldarone family to support those living with Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease, which affects Marybeth Caldarone and her daughter Grace.  Our mission includes both funding cure-driven research and raising awareness of CMT worldwide. We achieve these goals through our annual fundraiser, the publication of a children’s book series, Arlene On the Scene, and our School Outreach Program. Click here to register!

***Please note our change in location and date***

Date:    August 16, 2015

Time:   11 am to 3 pm (brunch served 12 – 2)

Place:   The Dunes Club, 137 Boston Neck Road, Narragansett, RI 02882, (401) 783-3351

Cost:    Adults $45; Children (under 12) $20

Fun:     There’ll be raffles, great prizes, and of course, our famous dessert auction!

If you are unable to attend the event, you can still make a donation to Grace’s Courage Crusade.  Mail a check payable to the “Hereditary Neuropathy Foundation” (be sure to write “Grace’s Courage Crusade” on the memo line).

Mail to:  Hereditary Neuropathy Foundation PO Box 1922 Midlothian VA 23113

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