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Springtime in the 'Boro honoring Dr. Ravi Singh



Mindful Care, a program of Elders First, recently held their “Springtime in the ‘Boro” event at the home of Al and Sarah Rahal. The fundraising benefit honored Dr. Ravi Singh, who has been an integral part to the organizations success. Dr. Singh has not only generously given financially, but the amount of time and care he has put into the organization has been immeasurable.

This wonderful evening was filled with heartfelt speeches by board members and Dr. Singh’s family honoring this dedicated physician. Dr. Singh was given a commemorative plaque from the Tennessee State Senate and a beautiful piece of art from the Mindful Care Board of Directors to thank him for all of his work.

Mindful Care Adult Day Services provides a supervised daytime program of compassionate care in Rutherford County to individuals age 55+ who are experiencing age-related mental or physical impairments. This benefits family caregivers by enabling them to remain in the workforce or receive needed respite and by providing them with direct services.

For more information on this phenomenal organization, please visit www.mindfulcare.org

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