HopeHealth announces 50+ Senior Life Expo performers
FLORENCE, S.C. (March 20, 2019) – Wilson High School and vocalist Cailin Foxworth, daughter of HopeHealth pediatrician Dr. Michael K. Foxworth II, will join Dandy Don the Singing Cowboy as performers at the 24th Annual 50+ Senior Life Expo the Florence Center, April 4-5. Also returning this year are Clay Brown and the Leatherman line dancers.
Presented by MUSC Health Florence Medical Center, this premier senior event entertains and educates those approaching their retirement years or already retired. New this year is a child activities area and grandparents are encouraged to bring young grandchildren along to play at the HopeHealth Pediatrics Kids Zone. For the second year, HopeHealth joins Chad Buffkin, owner of Golden Life Magazine, as the managing partner for the event. HopeHealth is excited about its newest philanthropic opportunity as proceeds from the 50+ Senior Life Expo will benefit the HopeHealth compassionate care fund.
“At times, our patients have needs that cannot be met directly by our providers,” said Scherrie Cogdill, director of development at HopeHealth. “The compassionate care fund is designed to help our patients with emergency assistance, routine procedures such as mammograms, colonoscopies, blood pressure screenings, specialty care, prescription drug assistance, and eye care services.”
Held in the Florence Center’s arena, the Expo is one of the largest shows in the state for seniors. The Expo include bingos, prizes, entertainment, demonstrations, exhibits, and seminars. Hear from experts on topics such as health care, long-term care, insurance, senior housing, assisted living, home security, home-health services, and hospice. Staff from MUSC Health Florence Medical Center will also offer free health screenings, medical advice, and Q&A sessions.
Hours are 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, April 4, and Friday, April 5. Admission is $2 per person and covers both days.
The 50+ Senior Life Expo is presented by MUSC Health Florence Medical Center and sponsored by Carolina Centers for Sight, the Senior Citizens Association, Golden Life, Long’s Drug, and KJ’s IGA. Proceeds from the Senior Life Expo benefit HopeHealth’s compassionate care fund.
Pictured below: Cailin Foxworth, daughter of HopeHealth pediatrician Dr. Michael K. Foxworth II, is one of several performers at the 2019 50+ Senior Life Expo.