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21 October 2017
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
Change Begins Within Annual Benefit Dinner and Gala
The Plaza, New York City
The David Lynch Foundation's annual benefit dinner and gala honored General (ret.) Stephen Rippe and Ken Falke, founder of Boulder Crest Retreat for Wounded Warriors with the DLF 2017 Resilient Warrior Awards.
The evening featured musical entertainment from Grammy-award winning violinist, Miri Ben-Ari and a conversation with Tom Hanks and Mary-Louise Parker on the benefits and impact of Transcendental Meditation.
Proceeds from the event helped support the David Lynch Foundation's Resilient Warrior program to bring TM to veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress and their families.
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