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November 17, 2018
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BancorpSouth President Mike Waters (center) purchases the first table for The Caring Place of Magnolia’s “Rhinestone Cowboy Evening” benefit. The special Saturday, Oct. 20, fundraiser dinner and concert event will feature music from family members of late music star, Alzheimer’s patient, and Arkansas native, Glen Campbell. Also pictured are Caring Place Board Member Paula Boaz (left) and Caring Place Director Barbara Lewis.

BancorpSouth President Mike Waters (center) purchases the first table for The Caring Place of Magnolia’s “Rhinestone Cowboy Evening” benefit. The special Saturday, Oct. 20, fundraiser dinner and concert event will feature music from family members of late music star, Alzheimer’s patient, and Arkansas native, Glen Campbell. Also pictured are Caring Place Board Member Paula Boaz (left) and Caring Place Director Barbara Lewis.

Local Alzheimer’s program to hold ‘Rhinestone Cowboy’ benefit

By Staff Report
This article was published September 13, 2018 at 10:55 a.m.

The Caring Place of Magnolia is celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2018. For the decade achievement, the local Alzheimer’s care home, along with with Alzheimer’s Arkansas, Magnolia Health & Rehab, Kindred Hospice and Life Touch Hospice, from Oct. 20 to 26, will designate the period as Alzheimer’s Awareness Week.

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