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Dover Park Hospice (DPH) raised over S$900,000 at its Flower Power Ball 2014 held at the Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore, an amount that will be matched dollar-for-dollar by the government with a grant under its Community Silver Trust.

There were many prominent society figures at the event, including guest of honour and President of Singapore Tony Tan ; DPH CEO Stella Wee and Chairman Lionel Lee ; June Rin and Joy Tan . co-chairs of the DPH fundraising committee; as well as Miranda Walsh . emcee for the evening.

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Dover Park Hospice Sunflower Ball 2013 @ Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore #hotel #singapore

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Just as sunflowers always look toward the rays of the sun as their source of life, some 700 guests at the Dover Park Hospice Sunflower Ball pledged their support for hospice care and raised more than $1.1 million over an evening of sharing, entertainment and fine dining.

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Dallas Mavericks – top 6 NBA draft options #dallas #mavericks, #nba, #dirk


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Here’s a six-pack of Dallas Mavericks NBA draft options

As a reminder to MFFLs everywhere, birthday wishes are in order today for the greatest player in Dallas Mavericks history. Dirk Nowitzki, No. 41 in your game program, turns 39 as he prepares for his 20th NBA season.

A fitting birthday present this week for Nowitzki, as well as his teammates and Mavericks fans, would be a home-run selection when Dallas exercises the No. 9 overall pick in Thursday’s first round of the NBA Draft. Or when the Mavericks trade up in the draft order (unlikely, but not impossible).

Between now and Thursday, you’ll read endless speculation about what the Mavericks must/should/can do to position themselves to draft one of the three most coveted players in this draft in the estimation of NBA scouts: point guard Markelle Fultz (Washington), point guard Lonzo Ball (UCLA) or forward Josh Jackson (Kansas).

But here’s a reality check: The top three selections become clear-cut if Sunday’s report about a pick-swapping deal in principle between Philadelphia and Boston is finalized. The move would lock in Fultz to the 76ers with the No. 1 pick, with Ball (Lakers) and Jackson (Celtics) following in short order.

The rebuilding Mavericks do not have the trade pieces to offer to elevate themselves into the top three selections on Thursday night. But things could get interesting from the fourth pick on down, depending on how the Mavericks slot their wish list and how things begin unfolding with the No. 4 pick in a deep draft that lacks an obvious franchise player.

Here’s a six-pack of potential draftees that should make MFFLs happy, and would give Nowitzki a nice, belated 39th birthday present Thursday night:

De’Aaron Fox, point guard: The Kentucky product averaged 16.7 points and 4.6 assists per game in his lone college season and has the size (6 foot 3) and defensive intensity to be effective at the next level. Dallas probably would need to trade up to select him.

Jayson Tatum, forward: The 6-8 Duke product averaged 16.8 points and 7.3 rebounds per game last season and projects to be a prolific scorer at the next level. Another prospect that Dallas probably must trade up to select.

Jonathan Isaac, forward: Unusually mobile for a 6-10 player, Isaac flashed his versatility last season at Florida State. He averaged 12 points and 7.8 rebounds per game while making 78 percent of his free throws.

Dennis Smith Jr. point guard: The intriguing prospect from North Carolina State has ample size (6-3) and filled up the stat sheet last season: 18.1 points, 6.2 assists and 4.6 rebounds per game. But he played for a 15-17 team.

Lauri Markkanen, forward: The 7-footer from Finland shined in his first season at Arizona, averaging 15.6 points and 7.6 rebounds per game while showing an ability to score from the inside or outside (42.3 shooting percentage from 3-point range). The Nowitzki comparisons are inevitable, including Markkanen’s skill as a free-throw shooter for a big man (83.5 percent).

Frank Ntilikina, point guard: A teenager who played professionally in France last season. Ntilikina did not accumulate the type of stats to wow casual fans (5.2 points, 1.4 assists per game last season). But NBA scouts love his upside, at 18, and his gritty defensive mindset. He’s considered one of the top five point guard prospects in a draft that is deep at the position.

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Dover Park Hospice Sunflower Ball 2013 @ Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore #motels #in

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Just as sunflowers always look toward the rays of the sun as their source of life, some 700 guests at the Dover Park Hospice Sunflower Ball pledged their support for hospice care and raised more than $1.1 million over an evening of sharing, entertainment and fine dining.

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Dover Park Hospice Flower Power Ball 2014Jul 31, 2014 / Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore

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Dover Park Hospice Sunflower Ball 2013 @ Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore #half #price

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Just as sunflowers always look toward the rays of the sun as their source of life, some 700 guests at the Dover Park Hospice Sunflower Ball pledged their support for hospice care and raised more than $1.1 million over an evening of sharing, entertainment and fine dining.

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Dover Park Hospice Flower Power Ball 2014Jul 31, 2014 / Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore

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Dover Park Hospice Flower Power Ball 2014 @ Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore #hospice

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Dover Park Hospice Flower Power Ball 2014

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Dover Park Hospice (DPH) raised over S$900,000 at its Flower Power Ball 2014 held at the Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore, an amount that will be matched dollar-for-dollar by the government with a grant under its Community Silver Trust.

There were many prominent society figures at the event, including guest of honour and President of Singapore Tony Tan ; DPH CEO Stella Wee and Chairman Lionel Lee ; June Rin and Joy Tan . co-chairs of the DPH fundraising committee; as well as Miranda Walsh . emcee for the evening.

You may also like

Golden Moments: The Solid Gold show – Sunflower Gala Ball 2015Nov 11, 2015 / Shangri-La Hotel

Best of BallsAug 27, 2015 / Fullerton Hotel Singapore, Marina Mandarin Singapore, Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore

Sweep & Swing: British Association Strictly Come Dancing BallAug 18, 2015 / Fullerton Hotel Singapore

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Cork Chamber: News – The magic of Marymount Hospice Ball! #medicare #and

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The magic of Marymount Hospice Ball.

7th December 2015

The Marymount Hospice Ball, the highlight of Cork s social calendar each year, had guests dancing the night away for a very worthy cause last night at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Little Island.

This is the ninth year of the Marymount Ball and, to date, the event has raised in excess of 800,000 towards funding and maintaining the ongoing work the hospice provides in palliative and respite care to the sick and elderly.
Year on year the Ball is a sell-out success, with no end in sight for the support and momentum behind this worthy charity event. The event gets bigger and better each year; and most importantly, so too does the generation of funds.
Martin Kelleher, Committee Chairperson of the Ball highlights the fact that it requires 2.2m each year to maintain the hospice services: Marymount Hospice is renowned for its work with the elderly, but above all it stands out in people s minds for the support and palliative care it provides for the sick and their families. There are so many families who will recall how Marymount and its nursing team helped them care for their loved ones. This is what drives us as a committee to ensure we raise funds to maintain this support and continues to drive the huge attendance levels each year by people who want to show their support and do their bit to help such a worthy cause.

The ball, which is the first major Christmas event in Cork, continues to attract strong sponsorship from Cork companies Musgrave, Keanes Jewellers, Midleton Distillery and Heineken.