LONG BEACH, Calif., May 25, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The California Paralyzed Veterans Association (CPVA) hosts the First Annual Legacy of Hope Awards LuncheonSaturday, May 28, 2011 to commemorate Memorial Day. This event brings together celebrities, politicians, community activists and businesspersons of Greater
Legacy of Hope Honorary Chairs:
We will show appreciation to Veterans and others who have sacrificed to keep America safe. We will raise awareness and funding for sports programs, equipment, and increased rehabilitation opportunities for those who now battle diseases, depression, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) or other severe disabilities as a result of paralysis.
About the CPVA: works to maximize the quality of life for people with spinal cord Injuries. CPVA is a leading advocate for health care, spinal cord injury research and education, veterans' benefits and rights, accessibility and the removal of architectural barriers, promotion of sports programs, and disability rights. Thanks to the CPVA, the Vets swim, row, kayak, golf, fish, play basketball, billiards, archery, bowling, rugby, football, tennis, softball, trap shoot, volleyball, track and field and more. For organization info, tickets/donations, please contact Art Lyles (562) 826-5713. Calpva05@aol.com www.calpva.org
All MEDIA is encouraged to attend. We welcome interviews with the Vets, honorees, entertainment, attendees and staff. Activities are held throughout Southern CA. Press Contact: Tiffany Bradshaw, (866) 219-8558. Tiffany@BradshawandCo.com
The Legacy of Hope Awards Luncheon: Saturday, May 28, 2011 12:00-3:30VNC Cocktail Reception: 12:00 in WTC CourtyardLuncheon: 1:00pm -3:30 (great food and hosted drinks)Location: Hilton Long Beach: 701 W. Ocean Blvd, LB, CA 90831 (562) 983-3400Tickets: $35 for CALPVA LB members/guests and $60 for others.Donations of any amount are welcomed and appreciated!
SOURCE California Paralyzed Veterans Association
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