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Holiday Card for Sale

Holiday Card for Sale

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The Board of Visitors is offering this beautiful and popular Nancy Lenches Alegret holiday note card for purchase. There is a limited supply of these cards, so please order early to be assured of having this card in time for the holidays. The inside of the card is blank for your personal message. Please print and send in this order form with payment to our post office box or contact Ruth Campbell at sruthie@cox.net. Cards may be picked up at St. Luke's Home or arranged through phone or email contact. Make out your check to St. Luke's Board of Visitors. Direct Lenders For Cash Advance Loans The proceeds from the sale of this card go directly to the support of St. Luke's Home. Please send order form to address below…
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The 95th Baile Celebration

The 95th Baile Celebration

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  The 95th Baile Celebration held on April 12, 2014, at the beautiful Mountain Oyster Club was a very successful event. The Board of Visitors extends a grateful thank you to the 175 attendees and those who supported the event in other ways. The net profit from the fundraiser for St. Luke's Home was $121,975.87. The funds included donations through our Donor Gifts Solicitation, raffle ticket sales for the raffle painting, note cards and Wheel of Whine and Wine. Associate Board of Visitors member, Joy Abbott, was the winner of the beautiful painting, Solitude, donated by Tucson artist Santos Barbosa. Plans for the 96th Baile are under way. The event will be held at the Mountain Oyster Club on April 11, 2015. The Baile artist this year is Tom Murray,…
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2014 Golf Tournament

2014 Golf Tournament

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  St. Luke's Home is holding our annual golf tournament at the Omni National Golf Resort and Spa on April 23th at 12:30pm. It will be a shotgun start for players. If you have any questions feel free to contact us here or give us a call at (520) 628-1512
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St. Luke's Annual Meeting

St. Luke's Annual Meeting

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St. Luke's Home Annual meeting April 17, 20144:00St. Francis Chapel  Who's a General Member of St. Luke's Home? A general member is anyone who is interested in promoting the purpose of St. Luke's Home (where quality of life for low income seniors means independence, aging with dignity and self-empowerment) and has made a contribution of fifty or more dollars over the past year. Is this you? If not, you can make a donation today and it will be you! General members are encouraged to attend the Annual Meeting where you have voting privileges and can gain valuable information. The purpose of the annual meeting is to elect trustees, receive annual reports of the officers and committee chairs and any other necessary business. Your support and membership of St. Luke's Home…
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2014 Annual Baile

2014 Annual Baile

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Founded in 1917, the St. Luke's Board of Visitors has served St. Luke's through volunteer service and fundraising. Since 1919, we have presented the Baile, Tucson's oldest fundraising event. Traditionally the Baile has had a fiesta theme with guests wearing colorful attire amidst an atmosphere of joyful celebration. This year, the Board of Visitors is presenting the 95th Baile Celebration on Saturday, April 12, 2014 at the historic Mountain Oyster Club. It will be a Western themed event that will honor all those who work hard to support St. Luke's Home. We are proud that the Baile artist this year is well known southwestern artist, Santos Barbosa. His beautiful painting, Solitude, will be raffled at the Baile. Santos was our first Baile artist to donate a painting for raffle in…
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Tucson Giving: St. Luke’s Home

Tucson Giving: St. Luke’s Home

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The Arizona Daily Star was kind enough to feature us in a recent article about the wonderful changes we've been bringing as well as the exciting things we have planned for the new year in St. Luke's Home. You can read the article below or click here for the original. [divider] -By Loni Nannini Special to the Arizona Daily Star In 2014, Ruth Campbell and 17 volunteers with the St. Luke's Board of Visitors are tweaking tradition: The fundraising arm for St. Luke's Home will change up its signature fiesta and present a Western-themed 95th Baile Celebration on April 12. The celebration will combine time-honored customs with fresh ideas, reflecting a similar evolution in the past year at the assisted-living facility for seniors of limited financial means, Campbell said. "Our new director,…
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Sensational Settings Is On Hiatus

Sensational Settings Is On Hiatus

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Sensational Settings Is On Hiatus! You have been the best supporters ever in the last 17 years! You have been involved and encouraging with your time, enthusiasm and your funding.  We appreciate your participation. This year we are going to give Sensational Settings a hiatus so that next year (2014) we can come back stronger than ever.  If you would like to be involved contact Barbara Moore at bmoore@stlukeshometucson.org.            
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Going Intergenerational

Going Intergenerational

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St. Luke's Home is going Intergenerational The collaboration of St. Luke's Home and Academy Adventures is beginning an Intergenerational program, starting in September, which involves the residents of St. Luke's Home and selected children from the third, fourth and fifth grade classes from school. Both the school and St. Luke's will be used as project locations. Students and Elders will work collaboratively and take part in various activities. This provides students a chance to learn from their elders during various projects while the elders get to engage and as well as learn from the younger generations. The Elders and teachers will make final decisions about projects. [embed]http://youtu.be/U9CxT8jGJIE[/embed] Video courtesy of KOLD News 13 Some project examples are: 1. St. Luke's Home Elders will go to the school to mentor the third…
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Our newest resident

Our newest resident

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St. Luke's has a new resident and she's really special. Her name is Daisy Mae and she's a desert tortoise. Daisy Mae lives in the west courtyard in a home designed just for her. She's made great friends and can been seen during the day walking around, getting lettuce, apples, cactus fruit and making small talk with residents. Next time you visit the Home, make sure you meet Daisy Mae. [one_half] http://felidaefund.org/24-payday-loans [/one_half][one_half] [/one_half]
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