The Peterson Foundation for Parkinson’s, one of the many nonprofits Morning Pointe partners with to help raise awareness for the diseases that affect our seniors.
Thank you Lori Domer, Community Relations Director at Morning Pointe of Franklin Senior Living Campus for all of your hard work.
Domer was recently asked to be a member of the steering committee for the Peterson Foundation and was invited to attend their Petey’s Pred Party held at Bridgestone Arena.
She also volunteered the following day at the Brent Peterson Golf Classic. Peterson was diagnosed 17 years ago with Parkinson’s disease during his career with the National Hockey League. He finished his playing career with the Nashville Predators and went on to coach for them before retiring.
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