The Raytown Senior Celebration will take place on Saturday, September 24 from 5:00pm to 8:00pm at The Point, 5600 Blue Ridge Cutoff. The theme for this year will be a luau, so seniors are encouraged to wear their Hawaiian shirts, grass skirts, and leis. Music, hula dancing, dinner, dessert, door prizes, and a photo booth will be available at the event, and entertainment will be provided by Hula Hale O’Kiakahi (One House of Hula), a professional hula dancing group.
Neptune Society has also recently been a part of other local events. The location just launched an online preplanning service to assist families who feel comfortable planning final arrangements via the web. In June, Neptune Society Kansas City presented at the Healthcare Navigation: Knowledge Before Crisis seminar. Most recently, Neptune Society has also participated in both the north and the south 2016 Platte County Senior Health Fair on September 22 and 29.
“We like to be involved with the communities that support us,” Neptune Society Kansas City, MO service manager Julie Walter-Davis said.
The caring Neptune Society staff also contributes to the community through its cremation planning services. By allowing families to plan ahead for what they want for themselves someday or helping families efficiently plan a cremation service after a loved one has passed away, Neptune Society greatly respects those in their care and works extensively with families to address any wishes or concerns about the cremation process. With numerous options designed to make cremation planning simple and dignified, Neptune Society can provide affordable cremation services without sacrificing quality of care.
Those interested in seeing what else Neptune Society is working on in their community should visit the Neptune Society website for more information. Feel free to meet the staff at the event,or contact Neptune Society for more information about how one can begin preplanning today. Those who live far from the Kansas City location can look up our other office locations to find out how Neptune Society is becoming a part of their own communities.