This year’s CNI Gala “Home Sweet Home” attracted more than 350 guests who enjoyed a silent auction marketplace, cocktails and a live auction at Stapleton’s DoubleTree Hilton on Saturday, October 3.

CNI Staff Member and actress Debra Bandstra served as emcee while Executive Director Tami Lack and Betsy Mathies reviewed the year’s achievements and thanked donors. Live music was performed by the Rocky Mountain String Band and Auctioneer Jim Berz of Wow Events Denver oversaw live auction duties.

Event Co-Chairs were Dr. Michael and Courtney Pearlman and the CNI “Community Champion” Honorees were Don and Arlene Johnson.

The annual CNI Gala is a celebration of patients and caregivers. Physician and research associates provide coordinated care with wrap-around support systems to neurological patients and caregivers across the region.

The annual event promotes CNI’s efforts to help individuals with neurological conditions such as ALS, Parkinson’s, Huntington’s, multiple sclerosis, and hearing disorders. CNI’s mission is to ensure quality of life possible through clinical research, patient services and education.
For more information visit: www.thecni.org