Loma Linda University Medical Center 8th annual PossAbilities Celebration Dinner to feature popular performer Justin HinesPedro Payne
LOMA LINDA, CA., Nov. 8, 2011 – Famed Canadian singer-songwriter Justin Hines will inspire the audience as the featured speaker at the upcoming Loma Linda University Medical Center 8th annual PossAbilities Celebration Dinner.
Loma Linda University Medical Center East Campus will host the annual PossAbilities Celebration Dinner from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 13, at the Riverside Convention Center – Ben H. Lewis Hall, 3443 Orange Street, Riverside, Calif.
“We are excited to recognize all of the inspiring work our members have made. This year, we will award over $73,000 in grants and scholarships,” said Pedro R. Payne, manager of PossAbilities.
The event will highlight the accomplishments of the PossAbilities members and the growth of the program. The PossAbilities Celebration Dinner is presented by title sponsor San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, and hosted by Doug “DJ Frog” Vincent, of K-FROG radio.
Mr. Hines, a successful recording artist who has performed at both the Beijing and Vancouver Olympics, has Larsen syndrome, a joint dislocation condition that requires him to use a wheelchair. He is an advocate for people with disabilities though his Justin Hines Foundation.
PossAbilities is an outreach program which partners annually with a Title Sponsor in order to provide for the physical, social and emotional needs of the disabled community in our area. Since 2001, the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians has been a strong supporter of PossAbilities.
Registration is required to attend the dinner, which may be made by calling: 1-877-LLUMC-4U. Seating is limited to the first 600 guests.
About Loma Linda University Medical Center (LLUMC) East Campus
Loma Linda University Medical Center East Campus is 23-acre campus dedicated to providing a healing environment that offers comprehensive inpatient and outpatient health-care services. East Campus includes a hospital with 118 licensed beds, two physician and diagnostic office buildings, and an ambulatory service center. Physical medicine and rehabilitation, orthopedics, neurosciences, and family medicine services are the specialties incorporated into the overarching goal of East Campus.