Pathfinder Services recently partnered with Uptown Style to make Pam Brewer’s dream of a day of pampering a reality. Ms. Brewer, served by the Wabash office of Pathfinder Community Supports, made her wish known to her staff and thanks to generous donations from community members through Pathfinder Services’ Dream Fund and service donations from Uptown Style, Pam enjoyed a complete spa day.
Beth Stodgell, Ms. Brewer’s House Manager says, “Pam is always smiling and continues to stay pleasant no matter the situation. She rarely asks for anything, so being able to give her this spa day is very special for her.” Pam recently visited Uptown Style and was treated to a massage by Tina Siler, manicure, pedicure and hair color by Angela Culver, and a facial by Tabbatha Miley. Following the spa day, Pam, Beth, her brother Randy Brewer and his House Manager, Curt Alexander all enjoyed dinner at Market Street Grill.
This is the third dream that Pathfinder Services has been a part of granting. In 2013, Kammy Updegrove and her sister Kimm were given a hot air balloon ride thanks to the many donations given to the Pathfinder Services Dream Fund. Kammy has a diagnosis of Down syndrome and at the time of the hot air balloon ride, had also been recently diagnosed with dementia. The second dream fulfillment occurred in May of this year when John Baker was given a ride around Huntington in a brand new Camaro donated by Pace Chevrolet.
The Pathfinder Services’ Dream Fund is now backed by a committee and has a goal of touching the lives of at least three more individuals who have a dream and are served by Pathfinder Community Supports or Pathfinder Kids Kampus by the end of October.
If you would like to make a monetary or in-kind donation to help the dreams of those who are served by Pathfinder Services become a reality, please visit www.pathfinderservices.org/donate or contact Chris West at [email protected] or (260) 356-0500.