Join us on Thursday Oct. 14 for Aged to Perfection, a Hybrid Event

Christian Living Communities  |  October 7, 2021

Come celebrate Christian Living Communities and support older adults by joining us for this year’s Aged to Perfection featuring the Earthen Vessel Honoree event on Thursday, Oct. 14.

A limited number of attendees, who must be fully vaccinated, will be gathering in-person at 5 p.m. at the Dome at AMG National Trust Bank in Greenwood Village for an intimate cocktail reception, while countless others can join in the festivities by tuning into our live broadcast from 6-7 p.m.

We will be sharing videos and our commitment to our vision – Creating Communities Where Aging is Honored and Celebrated — and also paying tribute to this year’s Earthen Vessel Honoree, Clermont Park resident Rev. Jim Kok, Sr. Additionally, all who are part of the CLC family will have the opportunity to donate to help enable us to continue enriching the lives of older adults.

Hey bidder, bidder! This year’s Aged to Perfection event includes a Wine Pull (offered in-person and online) where for a contribution at a certain level, you can purchase a mystery bottle of wine. We also have four bonus silent auction items that include some beautiful libation and snack baskets and a private wine-paired dinner for 10 from our dining partner, Duet Hospitality Group. The silent auction closes at 7 p.m. on Oct. 14.

Visit our event Web site www.christianlivingcommunities.org/aged-to-perfection for details, including how to bid, and how to register for both the in-person and virtual broadcast.

Can’t Attend? Donations are encouraged at https://www.christianlivingcommunities.org/donate/

Want to speak with a member of our team to see how CLC can help meet your needs?

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