Bridge Players Benefit Pathways Hospice at Bridge to Caring 2013 at an Afternoon Game at Metropolitan Club San Francisco

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Bridge players are invited to team up for an afternoon of bridge in San Francisco on March 12, 2013 for Bridge to Caring 2013 to benefit for Pathways Hospice.

Bridge to Caring 2013 Benefits Pathways Hospice

Bridge players are invited to team up for Bridge to Caring 2013, a Pathways Hospice benefit.

Bridge players are invited to team up on March 12, 2013 for Bridge to Caring 2013 at the Metropolitan Club, 640 Sutter Street, San Francisco, CA 94102. A benefit for Pathways Hospice, Bridge to Caring 2013 offers several options for attending, including an afternoon of bridge, an exclusive dinner with author, Laney Salisbury, and a wine and hors d’oeuvres reception followed by a talk by the author.

Bridge will begin at 3 pm. Dinner with Laney Salisbury will be at 5:30 pm. The wine and hors d’oeuvres reception will start at 6:30, followed by Ms. Salisbury’s presentation at 7:30 and a book signing at 8:30 pm.

Ticket packages range from $100-400 each, depending on the options selected. Individuals who only play bridge can join for $100 each. Players who also want to attend the hors d’oeuvres reception and presentation by Laney Salisbury pay $250 each. To play bridge, attend an exclusive dinner with the author, dessert at the reception, and the author presentation, individuals pay $400 each. Single seats are available for all options.

The featured speaker, Laney Salisbury, is the national best-selling author of Provenance: How a Con Man and a Forger Rewrote the History of Modern Art. In Provenance, Laney and co-author Aly Sujo, her late husband, traced the astonishing story of how con man, John Drewe, and his artist accomplice, John Myatt, forever changed the art world. Aly passed away just as the manuscript for Provenance was finished. The book received wide acclaim and was included on Oprah’s Summer Reading List for 2009.

Proceeds from the 2013 Bridge to Caring will benefit the Dream Team, Pathways 24/7 on-call nursing team. When Pathways Hospice patients and families need help at night, on weekends, and during holidays, it is just a phone call away. If a visit seems necessary, a nurse is dispatched directly to the home to assess the situation, address medical issues, and assure the patient's comfort and safety. The Dream Team enables Pathways to respond to a patient's symptoms quickly and often helps the patient avoid emergency room visits and hospitalization.

Bridge to Caring 2013 - Honorary Committee:
The Pathways Speaker Event Honorary Committee includes Chair Kingsley Jack , Bridge Chair Patti Cavender , Teta Collins, Kaki Desautels, Tori Hazelrig, , Cynthia Molstad, Carol Ann Rogers, Suzanne Roth, Kris Schaeffer, Rita Schreiber, Diane Spirandelli, , Linda Wiley, and Rita Williams.

For more information about Pathways Home Health & Hospice’s Bridge to Caring 2013, call Holly Smith at 1.800.753.3071 or e-mail events(at)pathwayshealth(dot)org or visit

About Pathways Home Health & Hospice
Pathways Home Health & Hospice is a non-profit, community based organization celebrating its 35th anniversary. Pathways was founded in 1977 by a group of Stanford physicians who saw the community’s need for professional care at home. That first year, Pathways served 12 patients. Pathways now serves over 5,000 families a year in San Francisco, Alameda, Santa Clara, San Mateo and Contra Costa Counties.

Affiliated with El Camino and Sequoia Hospitals since 1986, Pathways Home Health & Hospice is accredited by The Joint Commission, and is a member of the Visiting Nurse Association of America, California Hospice & Palliative Care Association, and the California Association of Health Services at Home.

For more information about Pathways services, bereavement services, grief workshops, volunteering, or making a donation in support of Pathways’ families, call 1.888. 7557855 or visit

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