Oct 02, 2014
By Jane Brown
Lisa Glennie was 50 and at the height of her career as a radio sales associate with AM 740 and Classical 96.3FM when the unexpected and devastating happened.
In 2012, Lisa suffered a stroke after taking part in a spin class. She was left debilitated, unable to take care of herself, walk or talk. The Ontario healthcare system covered the costs of rehabilitation for just a short time. And now Lisa and her husband Roy Windhager are lobbying the government to extend care for her and others who are in similar situations.
Tonight, October 2nd, is the 2nd annual fundraiser for Lisa’s Journey of Hope, an evening of live entertainment, food and a silent auction. It’s being held at the Corus Atrium on Dockside Drive from 5 to 11pm. For information and tickets or to make a donation click here