Centerstone, the largest behavioral healthcare provider in Tennessee and the ninth largest in the nation, is celebrating 50 years of serving the mental health needs of the Middle Tennessee community.
“A Toast to the 50th” is a celebratory cocktail supper gathering more than 100 of Centerstone’s major donors whose contributions and support benefit the organization’s myriad of behavioral health services provided to individuals and their families.
Betty Stadler is the Honorary Chair of Centerstone’s 50th Anniversary Celebration; Karen Moore and Sperry Stadler are the Co-Chairs for the 50th Anniversary Celebration Events; Julie Stadler is the “Toast to the 50th” Event Chair; and Anne and Tom Nesbitt are “Toast to the 50th” Event Hosts. Betty Stadler is the sister of Dede Wallace, now deceased, who was a volunteer champion for mental health services in Nashville during the 1960s.
Sunday, April 30, 2006
6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
The home of Anne and Tom Nesbitt
4428 Warner Place, Nashville
The event is invitation only. Please contact Shana Witherow, Seigenthaler Public Relations, at 615-327-7999 or email@example.com for media inquiries.