The American Stroke Foundation (ASF) hosted the Rose Award Luncheon on May 14, 2019 at the Sylvester Powell Jr. Community Center in Mission, Kansas. This eighth annual luncheon to benefit the American Stroke Foundation (ASF) was a joyful community celebration. Dr. Paul Camarata received the Rose Award for Philanthropy and Community Leadership, and Dr. Kimberly Poecker received the Community Award for Service within the American Stroke Foundation.
Thank you to our sponsors, attendees, and everyone that supported the Rose Luncheon. Jazz musicians, Joe Cartwright and Steve Rigazzi, provided an ideal setting to honor Dr. Paul Camarata and Dr. Kimberly Poecker. We would also like to extend a special thank you to KMBC’s Matt Flener, auctioneer Lenny Mullin and our speakers, Joe Cartwright and Tom Hult. Click here for more Rose Luncheon pictures.
The ASF is able to further its mission by donations from businesses and individuals in our community. If you did not have an opportunity to contribute to the luncheon and would still like to donate, please click here to make a donation.