Sep 05, 2017
On November 18, 2017, in celebration of Epilepsy Awareness Month and The Epilepsy Project’s Fifth Anniversary, The Epilepsy Project will be hosting the Fourth Annual Noble Night for Epilepsy Awareness at Lake Shore Country Club in Erie, Pennsylvania.
This year, Colleen Moore Mezler, owner of Moore Research, and Dr. Lazarus Mayoglou, DO., Epileptologist at UPMC Hamot, will be crowned the Queen and King of Noble Night in recognition of their ongoing commitment to the organization and advocacy for individuals who live with Epilepsy on a daily basis.
The Epilepsy Project was founded in 2012 with the mission of creating a network of individuals and families who are affected by Epilepsy within the Erie region. In serving its mission, The Epilepsy Project hosts regionally supported Spring and Fall Epilepsy Symposiums where experts from the tri-state area provide the latest information on first aid, medication, wellness, financial planning, acceptance, and many other topics for individuals living with Epilepsy and their caregivers. Nurses and teachers also attend the Symposiums and can earn education credits for their attendance.
In an effort to strengthen the network being built, The Epilepsy Project hosts multiple community events throughout the year, such as Epilepsy Awareness Nights with both the Erie Otters and Erie SeaWolves, Movie Nights at Tinseltown, Holiday Celebrations, and a Family Picnic.
To learn more about the Epilepsy Project and how you can get involved with Noble Night, click here.