Centerstone will honor its volunteers at the annual Appreciation Coffee, Wednesday, May 12, 2004.
The Coffee is a yearly event to recognize, honor and thank volunteers who generously donate their time and energy to the Centerstone mission.
Sarah Reisner, a valued volunteer and member of the host committee, will open her home for the event. Others serving on the host committee are: Dana Oman, the 2004 chair of Centerstone’s “Everyone Matters” Luncheon and Speaker Series; Mary Wilson, chair of the 19th Annual Gingerbread World; Meredith Palmer, Carolyn Thombs, Margaret Palmer and Peggy Palmer, co-chairs for the 2003 Ginger’s Night Out; and Noël Pinson and Paige Thompson, co-chairs of the 15th anniversary of Eggsibition.
Centerstone, formerly the Dede Wallace Center, is grateful for the more than 200 volunteers who support and champion vital behavioral health programs that help children, adults and families in the Middle Tennessee community each year.
A number of Nashville businesses generously donate refreshments, flowers, and gifts to honor the dedicated volunteers and friends.