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Center for BrainHealth Supports Attitudes and Attire’s Luncheon

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Jeanne Prejean

Friday, February 21 at noon, North Texans had two totally different fundraisers. The Snyder Activity Center at St. Philip’s School and Community Center hosted the 20th Annual Destiny Award Luncheon with Taraji P. Henson as guest speaker and Peter Brodsky as recipient of the 2020 Mona and David Munson Humanitarian Award. Around the same time, Attitudes and Attire had its annual luncheon at the Dallas Trade Mart, with a fashion show modelled by volunteers and members of Attitudes and Attire’s Boots and Heels program. At Attitudes and Attire, those who had served in the armed forces were asked to stand following the national anthem. Mike Rials stood up. Since leaving the military, he had had his challenges adjusting to civilian life. His is a remarkable story, resulting in joining the Brain Performance Institute, getting married and becoming a father. At this event, Mike represented Center for BrainHealth and also served as a board member of Attitudes and Attire. Read full story on MySweetCharity

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