Lake Geauga Recovery Centers Alumni Association to hold Sober St. Patrick’s Day Dinner Dance

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Mentor - The Lake-Geauga Recovery Centers’ Alumni Association will host a sober St. Patrick’s Day Dinner Dance Saturday March 16 from 6 – 11 p.m. at the Painesville Township Park Community Center, 1025 Hardy Rd., Painesville.
Tickets are $10 per person and are available on the agency website at www.lgrc.us, at the door or at the agency’s main office located at 9083 Mentor Ave, Mentor.
“This is the first year for the St. Patrick’s Day Dinner Dance and we are very excited to invite the public to join us. The Alumni Association seeks to celebrate recovery, develop friendships, provide support and networking for individuals in recovery, and advocate for Lake-Geauga Recovery Centers,” said Melanie J. Blasko, president and CEO of Lake-Geauga Recovery Centers, Inc. “This dinner dance is a way to engage and welcome the community in an evening of sober fun and friendship.”
The event will feature Irish themed food along with a pasta dinner and dessert, 50/50 raffle and dancing to classic rock music by Andy’s Last Band.
“We are grateful to the Lake County ADAMHS Board and Lake Metroparks for their generous support of this event,” Blasko said.
Anyone wishing for more information can call Gail Keegan, Development Officer at 440.205.2671 or Dave Hanlon, Residential Manager at 440-205-2690.
Lake-Geauga Recovery Centers provides a range of services for adults whose lives have been affected by their own or another’s use of alcohol or other drugs, by problem gambling or by mental illness. At every level from prevention to residential recovery services, we offer a message of hope to individuals, families, and the entire community.

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