I am delighted to be Chairwoman of the 33rd annual Jim Bradshaw Stars in Recovery event this year. It is worth mentioning that Recovery Resource Council is celebrating 75 years serving the communities in North Texas. It’s an overwhelming honor and responsibility to continue to provide the hope that is necessary for healing. Without the support and generosity of each of you, our longevity would not have been possible. We sincerely thank you for continuing to support our mission.
This year’s Stars in Recovery event will look different from years past due to
COVID-19. At the heart of this event is the health and safety of each guest. Due to restrictions, this year’s Stars event will be offered both, live and virtually. Live participation will be somewhat limited due to capacity requirements. Mask wearing and social distancing will be strictly enforced. I hope that will ease the minds of those interested in physically attending the event. That being said, we are equally committed to providing the best possible virtual experience we can.
Though it has been a year filled with uncertainty, anxiety, fear and countless other emotions, our mission remains the same, and may be more critical than ever due to the challenges brought on by the pandemic. We remain committed to providing hope and healing to individuals and families that have been effected by substance abuse or mental health issues. We are determined to provide the assistance necessary for restoring lives and families.
We look forward to seeing you, either in person or virtually! I’d like to extend a heartfelt thank you, in advance, for your continued generosity and support. Your gifts help save lives.
Together, we are making a difference.