The committee for “A Night for Nexus” benefiting Nexus Recovery Center held a strategy meeting at The Statler recently, finalizing details on the Sept. 20 event.
A host of people from the Park Cities were at the meeting, including University Park resident and event chair Lindsey Sanders.
Everyone is invited to join in support of their mission to serve as a link to sobriety, independence, and dignity for low-income women and their families affected by addiction at “A Night for Nexus,” planners said.
This will be a fun-filled night of a seated dinner, dancing and bidding all in the very swanky and newly remodeled Statler Hotel, featuring the Downtown Fever Band. Alisha Laventure, WFAA-TV news anchor is the emcee.
The theme is “White Party,” although black is an acceptable additional color.
Becca Crowell, president of Nexus Recovery Center said Nexus inspires hope, offers respect, and honors the unique differences of female addicts. In 2017 Nexus served 2,091 women and teens and 305 children, including 72 Nexus born babies.
For more information, visit the website at nexusrecovery.org/events.