A fun group to donate lunch to… Altus Lumberton Hospital! We thank you for all your hard work during this pandemic.
Executive Director, Gigi Sotolongo Mazzola donates delicious lunches (from J. Wilson’s) to the custodial department of Baptist Hospital. We’re grateful to be able to treat these often “unsung heroes” to a token of appreciation for all they do and sacrifice, especially during these difficult times!
Executive Director, Gigi Sotolongo Mazzola, delivering 100 delicious lunches/dinners from Courville’s to St. Elizabeth’s custodial personnel. Thank you for your hard work and sacrifice during this pandemic! #setxstrong
It’s been almost a month since our “Clays for Cardio” fundraiser and we just want to give another shout out to all who contributed… whether through general donations, team sponsorships and/or volunteer services, we are extremely grateful for your support of our cause!
A BIG thank you to everyone whose contributions, whether through team sponsorships or donations, made this our best to date “Clays for Cardio” fundraiser! Stay tuned for more pics!
You won’t want to miss Jamie Talbert play at our “Clays for Cardio” fundraiser next Sat, Feb the 8th.Between his live music, Courville’s gumbo AND brisket, beer/wine, an awesome silent auction with really unique items and plenty activities for the kiddos; why would you want to miss this family fun day for a great cause?!
One of our exciting initiatives we’ll be rolling out through the 1st quarter of this year is the donation of AED heart defibrillators, along with the proper certified training (which certainly includes CPR) to all appropriate personnel. Just to name a couple, we have verbally committed to both the Shorkey Center and our locally run […]
It is with an extremely heavy heart that we’re informing our “Clays for Cardio” supporters of the news that precious Kobee Cohen gained his wings on Dec, 28th. This extraordinary young man fought his battle with such courage and faith. He will be missed tremendously but his kind, warm hearted spirit will always live on. […]
By Pam Belluck ~ New York Times Cases of acute flaccid myelitis afflicted more than 200 children last year, but much about the illness is still a mystery. Last year, health officials confronted a record number of cases of a rare, mysterious neurological condition that caused limb weakness and paralysis in more than 200 children across the […]