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Carriage Inn Senior Living Community Raises Over $1,000 for Family Promise

Carriage Inn Senior Living Community Raises Over $1,000 for Family Promise

Carriage Inn Senior Living Community Raises Over $1,000 for Family Promise

Carriage Inn Senior Living Community hosted their annual “Carriage Inn Days” Car Show and Vendor Fair Saturday,

April 6th and raised over $1,000 to benefit Family Promise of Montgomery County, a local organization committed to transforming the lives of families experiencing homelessness.

Frank Prestigiovanni from Family Promise pictured with resident, Mary Hogg, Carriage Inn Resident Council & Ambassador; resident, Charlie Leggett, Carriage Inn Ambassador; and Carol VanDusen, Carriage Inn Resident Council and Ambassador.

The community welcomed back the Conroe Cruisers Classic Car Club to showcase their collection of cars to friends, family members, and residents of Carriage Inn and the local Conroe community.

The event was free and open to the public and featured live music, a vendor fair, food, and family fun for all ages.

The winner of this year’s car show was Carriage Inn resident, Betty Patrick and her son, Pat Patrick, with their 1969 Chevrolet pickup truck. The Patricks received a custom plague and bragging rights.

A fifty/fifty raffle totaling over $500 in prize money was included in the event’s festivities. The winner of this year’s raffle was Carriage Inn team member, Margaret Fuller, who works as a cook with the community’s dining services team.

Fuller donated her share of the prize money back to Family Promise.

Winners of the Carriage Inn Car Show, Carriage Inn Resident Betty Patrick (R) and her son Pat Patrick (L).

“Our family has spent many Sunday evenings providing dinner to support Family Promise residents,” said Fuller. “We are not strangers to this wonderful organization and are thankful for all they do for our community.”

“We are proud to collaborate with Family Promise of Montgomery County and the Conroe Cruisers, organizations that prioritize the betterment of our community for future generations,” said Rosetta Day, Carriage Inn Executive Director. “We appreciate their commitment to excellence and are thrilled to see the progress made each year, making this event a true highlight for our community.”

Those looking for more information about senior living options at Carriage Inn, please contact Patsy Torres, Carriage Inn Sales and Marketing Director, at 936-506-3178.

Carriage Inn Business Office Manager, Jodi Graf (L) with Cook, Margaret Fuller (R), winner of the community raffle.

Carriage Inn Conroe offers an independent living lifestyle with limitless options for older adults to live life to the fullest in a manner that best suits their interests and desires. The community is located at 750 LongmireRoad in Conroe, TX. For more information about independent living at Carriage Inn Conroe, visit us at https://www.carriageinnconroe.com/ or contact Patsy Torres at 936-506-3178 or [email protected]. Locally owned, Carriage Inn Senior Living is managed by The Long Hill Company, a subsidiary of United Methodist Homes, a non-profit senior living provider organization with a 150-year history of caring.

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