Annie gives WHC a Gold Star


Wayne Deschambeau (left), president and CEO of Wayne HealthCare, and Terri Flood (right), director of marketing and communications, supervise Annie on an exercise machine in the Wayne HealthCare Lifestyle Enhancement Center.

Wayne Deschambeau (left), president and CEO of Wayne HealthCare, and Terri Flood (right), director of marketing and communications, supervise Annie on an exercise machine in the Wayne HealthCare Lifestyle Enhancement Center.


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GREENVILLE – Having been a sponsor all 11 years since the Gala event began, Wayne HealthCare is again a Gold Star Sponsor of the Annie’s Star-Spangled Gala.

The Gala, a casual event and FUNdraiser, on Saturday, June 8, opens at 6:30 p.m. at the Garst Museum. Come and join in this great evening of live and silent auctions, lots of fun raffles, door prizes, and light appetizers. You can view the many auction and raffle prizes, with items being added daily, by going online to www.garstmuseum.org to the “News & Events” menu under the “Home” tab. The Gala costs $20 per person or $15 for Garst members with advance reservations by June 5. At the door, tickets are $25. Tables for six or more can be reserved. Dress is casual.

Want to bid but can’t attend? Call Garst Museum to make arrangements at (937) 548-5250. Reservations for the event are available by calling Garst as well. All funds raised at this event will benefit the Garst Museum and the National Annie Oakley Center in Greenville.

Wayne Deschambeau (left), president and CEO of Wayne HealthCare, and Terri Flood (right), director of marketing and communications, supervise Annie on an exercise machine in the Wayne HealthCare Lifestyle Enhancement Center.
https://www.dailyadvocate.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2019/05/web1_WAYNE-HEALTH-CARE-PIC-2019-web.jpgWayne Deschambeau (left), president and CEO of Wayne HealthCare, and Terri Flood (right), director of marketing and communications, supervise Annie on an exercise machine in the Wayne HealthCare Lifestyle Enhancement Center. Courtesy photo