Classic Car Show Supports Worthy Cause
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"Because residents, families and associates are all impacted by Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia, the entire Brightview Commons community is involved," explains Hollie Moone, Vibrant Living Director.
Brightview Commons first annual Classic Car Show at the community - located at 57 Grandeville Court in Wakefield - raised funds and raised awareness for a worthy cause: proceeds benefited the Rhode Island Alzheimer's Association.
Exquisite cars - a variety of makes and models - were featured at Brightview Commons' Classic Car Show. Food and entertainment and raffles were also part of the festivities.
Trophies were awarded to the winners of People's Choice, Host's Choice, Best Engine, Best Rims and Most Vibrant.
"Bringing the community together to support the Alzheimer's Association is important to us," says Executive Director, Darlene Lepore Lema. "It was a great day of camaraderie and fun."
"Giving back is meaningful and allows everyone to support our local Alzheimer's Association," adds Lori DeVona, Wellspring Village Director. "It also demonstrates our support for residents who reside in our dedicated memory care neighborhood. As a community of people sharing a common commitment, we want to contribute and make a difference in the lives of others."