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Monday, April 3, 2017


April 3, 2017

Eric Burke sat down with Melissa Rehm, CEO at Parkinson’s International and Founder of Parkinson’s International Never Give Up. Melissa told Eric about the upcoming Ponies for Parkinson’s benefit.
This event is a perfect way to raise awareness about Parkinson’s as the spring meet kicks off. The event is being held in the Limestone CafĂ© at Keeneland.
Tickets are $55 and include a lunch buffet, coffee, tea, reserved parking for prepaid purchases, and general admission into the grandstand.
There is going to be a betologist, who will teach those who attend the event how to read the racing program and place a bet.
They’ll also hear from speakers, see demonstrations, bid on silent auction items, eat a fabulous lunch, and enjoy a great day at the races.
This fun day in the Bluegrass is made possible by Parkinson’s International, Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation Hospital, our wonderful speakers, and many generous donations.
Tickets and more information available at their website

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