APRIL 16– Ryan Licht Sang Bipolar Foundation
Fourth Annual Young Friends “Gone Country” Dinner Dance
at Bonnette Lodge in Palm Beach Gardens.
Co-chairmen: Micah and Rob Ford, Kristen and Brian
Ray. Tickets are $75. For information call Micah Ford
Young Friends of Ryan Licht Sang Bipolar Foundation
and Rob Ford and Kristen and Brian Ray,
the cochairmen of the Young Friends of the Ryan Licht
Sang Bipolar Foundation’s
4th Annual “Gone Country Dinner Dance,” are
calling all cowpokes to join them on April 16, 2011 at
Bonnette Banquette and Lodge in Palm Beach Gardens.
The Fords and Rays, along
with the host committee,
Corsini, Dan Cutler, Kim and Ken Farino, Chrissie and
Matt Ferguson, Casey Harris, Jessica and Richard Pinsky,
Janet Promesso, Erica Reed, Kevin Ring,
will hold the Fourth Annual Young Friends event at 7 pm
at Bonnette. The al fresco dinner and raffle, which
includes a week in Hilton Head including green fees and
four tickets to the PGA Championship, is being sponsored
in part, by
Wilmington Trust. Tickets
are $75 per person.
and information call Micah Ford at 561 371-1481.
The Ryan Licht
Sang Bipolar Foundation is a 501(c)(3) public charitable
organization, established by Joyce and Dusty Sang in
honor of their son, Ryan Licht Sang, who passed away in
August 2004 at the age of 24. Ryan, who was born and
raised in Palm Beach, suffered from early-onset bipolar
disorder, a serious mental illness that manifests with
recurring episodes of mania and depression. Ryan did
not survive because of the state of medical science
today -- there are no empirical tests or treatment
protocols derived from years of research and clinical
studies for Bipolar Disorder.
mission is to foster awareness, understanding and
research for Child and Adolescent Bipolar Disorder, and
through its Quest For The Test™ initiative to
find an empirical test for Bipolar Disorder so that
early detection in children and adolescents becomes a
reality. Proceeds from the Gone Country Dinner Dance
will help fund the Foundation’s mission.