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Celebrating Remarkable Support: Honorary Chairs and Art of Caring Award Recipient Recognized

In a night brimming with gratitude and celebration, Christ’s Family Clinic recently hosted its Art of Caring For Others Dinner at Art Auction at Dallas Country Club. The event, a cornerstone of the organization’s efforts to honor outstanding individuals dedicated to their cause, saw the spotlight shine brightly on two remarkable pillars of support: Kamela & Kenneth Aboussie, the 2024 Honorary Chairs, and Dr. Elizabeth Small, recipient of the prestigious 2024 Art Of Caring Award.

Honorary Chairs: Kamela & Kenneth Aboussie
The generosity and unwavering dedication of Kamela & Kenneth Aboussie has been nothing short of inspiring. As the 2024 Honorary Chairs, their commitment to the Clinic’s mission has been instrumental in advancing its outreach and impact within the community. Their philanthropic spirit knows no bounds, and their continued support serves as a beacon of hope for those in need. Through their advocacy and generosity, they have set an exemplary standard for community engagement and altruism.

Art of Caring Award Recipient: Dr. Elizabeth Small
Dr. Elizabeth Small’s tireless dedication and passion for Christ’s Family Clinic has earned her the distinguished honor of receiving the 2024 Art Of Caring Award. A longstanding supporter of the Clinic, Dr. Small has generously contributed her time, expertise, and resources to furthering its mission of providing compassionate care to those facing healthcare challenges. Her unwavering commitment and advocacy have made a tangible difference in the lives of countless individuals, embodying the true spirit of caring and compassion.

As the Clinic looks ahead to the future, it does so with profound gratitude for the unwavering support of individuals like Kamela & Kenneth Aboussie and Dr. Elizabeth Small. Their dedication and generosity serve as a driving force behind the Clinic’s continued efforts to make a meaningful difference in the lives of those it serves.

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