Therapy center hosts Valentine celebration
HUNTINGTON -- Developmental Therapy Center, a local non-profit organization that provides physical, speech and occupational therapy to Tri-State residents presents its 13th annual Valentine Celebration at 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 15 at the Ramada Limited Hotel in Huntington.
The evening begins with a social hour and h'orderves, followed by a complete buffet dinner. All catering is provided by Wedding Bliss. Following dinner, magician Bobby Maverick takes the stage with his cutting-edge illusions, fast-paced music, comedy and high energy. Maverick performs classic magic with a modern twist that everyone will enjoy.
Also back by popular demand is our local Celebrity Joke-a-Thon, during which famous locals entertain us with their repertoire of jokes and skits which promises, once again, to bring down the house.
Door prizes, which include restaurant and spa gift certificates along with retail gifts and certificates, will be given away throughout the evening. In addition, a silent auction featuring vacation getaways will be held as the evening unfolds.
Leslie Comer-Porter, executive director for Developmental Therapy Center says, "This year's event promises to be bigger and better than ever before and we are looking forward to this elegant celebration. What makes this fundraiser so very crucial is that every dollar we raise will benefit our patients by assisting with our planned move to and renovations in our new, quality-enriched and easily accessible facility."
Tickets are $65 per person. Dress for the evening is semi-formal.
For tickets or information, call 304-523-1164.
The Developmental Therapy Center, Inc. is a non-profit organization that provides comprehensive, therapeutic services in the related fields of Speech and Language, Occupational and Physical Therapy. DTC provides services to infants, children and adults. There are no income, age or geographic restrictions for those needing help. A portion of the treatment includes counseling the patient and family to understand the problem.
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