Dr. J. Christine Dean and the Board of Directors of the Epilepsy Institute of North Carolina invite you to an afternoon of Riding Fun. Benefit Ride; Sunday, November 04, 2012; 11:30a.m - Registrion : Starts 12:30p.m. Epilepsy Institute of NC, 1311 Westbrook Plaza Drive, Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Dr. J. Christine Dean, MD; Mrs. Florence Corpening; Mrs. Lynn B. Eisenberg; Mrs. Claudette Weston; Mr. Lawrence D. Smith.
Contact: Rick Aaron NATIONAL EPILEPSY AWARENESS MONTH
1311 Westbrook Plaza Dr
Epilepsy Institute of North Carolina Suite 100
Phone: (336) 659-8202 Winston-Salem, NC 27103
Fax: (336) 659-8206 www.eiofnc.org
Epilepsy Institute of North Carolina Announces its FIRST Annual Benefit Ride for Epilepsy Awareness
The Ride will start at Honda of Winston Salem, 591 S. Stratford Rd., Winston Salem, NC 27103. Registration begins at 11:00am and Kick Stands up at 12:30p.m. The Ride will end at Ziggy’s in Winston Salem.
Winston-Salem, 16 October 2012: The Epilepsy Institute of North Carolina (EINC) announced today that it will be hosting its First Annual Benefit Ride for Epilepsy Awareness. All types of motorcycles are welcome. Even cars are welcome if you want to participate. 100% of proceeds will go toward Epilepsy Institute’s Patients’ Assistance Fund. The Ride will be approximately 100 miles with a break for rest, fuel, snacks, etc. Food and entertainment will be available after the ride at Ziggy’s, located at 170 W. 9th St., Winston Salem, NC.
EINC is committed to providing highly individualized medical, social, psychological and educational services to patients with epilepsy and other neurological and behavioral disorders. As an independent nonprofit corporation, EINC is dedicated to enriching the quality of life for our patients and to providing unlimited access to the diagnoses, treatment and ongoing support necessary to live their lives in the least restrictive setting possible.
For more information, please contact Rick Aaron at 336-659-8202, extension 133 or at Admin@eiofnc.org. You can also find more online: https://www.eiofnc.org/
Headquartered in Winston-Salem, NC, the Epilepsy Institute of North Carolina is committed to enriching the quality of life for children and adults challenged with epilepsy and other neurological disorders.