Event Speaker Joel Allison
On Tuesday, April 25, The Senior Source will host The Charles C. Sprague Sage Society’s 18th Annual Dinner and Program at 6:30 p.m. at the Dallas Country Club, 4155 Mockingbird Lane in Dallas. The keynote speaker for the evening will be Joel Allison, immediate past President and CEO of Baylor Scott and White Health, presenting “Health Care in America: Where Do We Go From Here.”
Founded in 1999 under the leadership of Dr. Charles Sprague, then Chairman Emeritus of Southwest Medical Foundation, The Sage Society is a special associates program that educates members on aging issues and supports the programs of The Senior Source. Membership to the Society entitles participants to attend entertaining and educational presentations at a dinner held each spring, while supporting the Society’s two major goals: building financial support for services that improve the quality of life for older adults and educating community leaders on the challenges of the aging population.
“We’re thrilled to have Mr. Allison share his insights on health care in America at this year’s dinner,” said Scott Wilson who is co-chairing the event with his wife, Susan. “With more than 40 years in the health care industry, we know he’ll have a very unique perspective for this timely subject that everyone is thinking about.”
Tickets for The Charles C. Sprague Sage Society’s 18th Annual Dinner and Program begin at $500 per person and can be purchased by contacting Stephanie Russell at (214) 525-6120 or email@example.com. A special thanks to Atmos Energy for underwriting the event, making it possible for 100 percent of the members’ contributions to directly benefit the agency’s services.
About The Senior Source
Since 1961, The Senior Source has served greater Dallas as the go-to nonprofit for aging services. The agency offers personalized assistance, protection, and connection support to all older adults in greater Dallas for these individuals to THRIVE. As a United Way service provider, The Senior Source offers 10 comprehensive programs for those 50 years of age and older. For more information, contact The Senior Source at (214) 823-5700 or visit www.theseniorsource.org. You can also find The Senior Source on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/theseniorsource or Twitter using the handle @theseniorsource.