Join Us on Thursday, February 8th, 6 p.m.

Please join us in welcoming our new Medical Director, Roberto Martinez at our Cocktail Party at the Montelucia Resort.  RSVP today to Nate at 602-694-8100 or tionate@cox.net!  Flamenco Por La Vida will be entertaining our guests, beginning at 6:15 p.m. and renowned Photojournalist, Kathy McCraine will be on hand to discuss her work in the field with Tia.  She has generously donated several of her finely printed, matted and framed works to our silent auction.  John Ferrara, one of Tia’s Brophy VEAs will be attending and is happy to answer questions about his experience with Tia in Mexico.

Sip cocktails and nibble on tapas while you survey our silent auction which will also feature beautiful handmade, silk “rebozos” or shawls as well as “alebrijes” (Mexican folk art sculptures) like those featured in the movie “Coco”.  We’ll also have Disney Park Hopper Passes, Tequila brands not available in the U.S., a McCormick Ranch Golf  Foursome certificate, fine art, and other tempting items.

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