Monday, September 26th

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by gmt

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Posted on September 26, 2011 at 8:59 AM

BRYNN THAYER/ "EACH MOMENT MATTERS"
 
 
Film and television actress Brynn Thayer will serve as keynote speaker at the annual Each Moment Matters Luncheon benefiting Faith Presbyterian Hospice on Wednesday, Sept. 28, Hilton Anatole Grand Ballroom.  Working in film, TV and theater for the last 35 years, Dallas native Thayer is fondly remembered for her co-starring role on Matlock playing Andy Griffith’s daughter.
 
On September 28, Thayer, who resides in Los Angeles, will share touching stories of her own father, William Paul Thayer, who was cared for by the team at Faith Presbyterian Hospice in Dallas as he faced end of life care in 2010. Speaking from the heart, Thayer will give accounts of her family’s hospice journey of loss, grief and hope. 
 
The luncheon will also honor 53 outstanding community leaders who make Each Moment Matter.  Last year’s lifetime achievement award was given to T. Boone Pickens. 
Wednesday September 28, 2011
12:00pm - 1:00pm 
Hilton Anatole, Dallas
To register: www.prescs.org
 
 
 
 
 
LISA COBB/ LUXURY ON LOVERS
 
 
 
 
 
DR. CLARK/ COLD AND FLU SEASON DO'S AND DON'TS
 
Dr. Andy Clark grew up in Marshall, Texas, received his undergraduate degree from Baylor University and his medical degree from UT Medical Branch in Galveston, where he also served his residency. He was in private practice for 27 years as a board-certified pediatrician in Longview, Texas, serving as the President and Medical Director of a large multi-specialty medical group. During those years he earned a Master's degree in Medical Management from UT-Dallas and also served on the corporate Board of Directors of the nation's third largest investor-owned hospital company. In 2006, Andy left his practice to become Chief Medical Information Officer for Triad Hospitals, Inc. and in 2008 joined Acute Kids Urgent Care as a staff pediatrician. He was named a Medical Director in February 2010. Dr. Clark has been married for 35 years; he and his wife have 3 grown children and 6 grandchildren.
 
What to Do:
Get a Flu Vaccine
Cover Your Nose and Mouth When You Cough
Wash Your Hands Often
If Sick with Flu-Like Symptoms Stay Home
 
What Not to Do:
Cough or Sneeze Into Your Hand
Touch Your Eyes, Nose and Mouth
Send Child to School With a Fever, Runny Nose or Sore Throat
Don't Give Baby Asprin to Child With a Fever
For more information : www.justanswer.com
 
 

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