‘Diamond Jubilee’ to celebrate 60 years of serving local behavioral health community
Henderson Behavioral Health (HBH) will celebrate its 60th anniversary “Diamond Jubilee” April 27 from 6 to11p.m. at the Signature Grand in Davie. Guests can enjoy a lavish cocktail reception, silent and live auction, dinner and dancing to the sounds of Dee Dee Wilde.
The event will honor Carol Harrison, Broward College, Broward College President J. David Armstrong and HBH’s past board presidents.
Sponsors include: I. Lorraine Thomas; Signature Grand; AutoNation; Marsh & McLennan (Seitlin); Medic Pharmacy & Surgical; TheWasie Foundation; Northern Trust; Ambit Advertising & Public Relations; Berger Singerman; Broward College; Broward Health; Montero & Associates; NSU; SeasideNational Bank & Trust; UniqueRabbit.com; SunTrust; and
“We are extremely happy to celebrate our 60th anniversary which is a huge milestone for our organization. Our honorees, Carol Harrison, J. David Armstrong and Broward College, and our past board presidents have been very strong supporters of our organization and mission. It really is a privilege and honor to recognize each of them for their support and we expect a record turnout,” said Dr. Steven Ronik, Henderson CEO.
Tickets are $200 per person, and tables for 10 guests start at $2,500 with benefits. For more information, contact Suzanne Higgins at 954-777-1624 or email@example.com.
HBH is the oldest and largest, community-based nonprofit behavioral health care system in South Florida. Since 1953, Henderson has helped hundreds of thousands of children, adults and families through its mission to serve as the premier provider of accessible, cost effective, and quality behavioral health care services to promote mental health and well being. Last year, Henderson helped more than 25,000 individuals, providing 600,000 services at 20 locations in South Florida. Henderson maintains the highest level of CARF (Commission on the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) accreditation, and has done so, for 20 years.
For more information, visit www.hendersonbehavioralhealth.org.
Dr. Steve Ronik, left, Jen Klaassens, Carol Harrison and Dick Kinzer
Ann Clark, left, Jon Gundlach, Kevin Leonard and Bob Field
Gail Kaplan, left, Gale Butler and Arlene Pecora
Michael Kaplan, left, and Gail Kaplan