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If there’s one thing Gary Scelzi knows, it’s cars, and the four-time National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) champion is sharing his automobile expertise and a bit of his racing history at this year’s Belmont Concours d’Eleganza – a car and motorcycle show and competition in Fresno.
The walls will soon go up on Terry’s House as 10 volunteers from the Michael R. Tolladay Corporation and nine Vulcan cement trucks poured 80 yards of concrete on May 21. Terry’s House, a two-story home within walking distance of the main entrance to Community Regional Medical Center, will accommodate patients’ families who have nowhere to stay or cannot afford hotels.
Local area carpenters are taking time on their days off to volunteer thousands of hours to help construct Terry’s House, a two-story home within walking distance of the main entrance of Community Regional Medical Center that will accommodate patient’s families who have nowhere to stay or cannot afford hotels.
The Central California Faculty Medical Group, Inc. (CCFMG) and University Centers of Excellence are helping to ensure Valley residents can remain at the bedsides of their loved ones receiving critical care – this time with a $100,000 gift toward Terry’s House, a 20-room guest house within walking distance of the main entrance to Community Regional Medical Center.
A work crew from Dave Christian Construction, Inc. began excavating the site of Terry’s House on Thursday, Jan. 14. Terry’s House, a full-service lodging facility for loved ones of those receiving critical care at Community Regional Medical Center, will be located on the corner of Fresno and “R” streets in downtown Fresno.
In an instant, your life and that of your family’s can be turned upside down. There is an effort underway to help families – dealing with a loved one’s critical illness – stay close in their time of need. It’s called Terry’s House and two prominent Valley business leaders are leading the way.Back to Videos
See how the building of Terry’s House will help lessen the burden on families with loved ones receiving critical care through the eyes of a young Valley man who was given a second chance at life.
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