Club Tan and Forever Young Medical Enhancement Centers Present:
A “Red Carpet” Charity Event Benefitting Autism Resources of Beaverton
December 21, 2008 from Noon to 8:00 PM at
Beaverton Club Tan and Forever Young Medical Enhancement Center
10041 SW Scholls Ferry Road (at Scholls Ferry and Nimbus) in Beaverton
Red Carpet Events
Club Tan periodically hosts “Red Carpet” events at our Beaverton location, where we provide our guests with an
entire day of relaxation and royal treatment in our tanning salon and medical spa! These Red Carpet events
typically draw many people into our facility, and we therefore believe that this will be a huge success!
Everyone who buys a ticket to a Red Carpet event gains access to all of our services for the day, including
demonstrations of our new Velashape cellulite reduction treatments, our laser hair removal and laser skin
tightening treatments, microdermabrasion, non-surgical face lifts, full body LED bed treatments, high pressure
tanning beds, and much, much more!
• Tickets to the event will be priced at $99
• 100% of the money raised from ticket sales will be donated to Autism Resources of Beaverton, a local
non-profit organization that hopes to open a charter school for autistic children in 2009.
• We will also donate 20% of the proceeds generated from sales of gift certificates at the event!
About Autism Resources of Beaverton and the Proposed Charter School
Jessica Glover, a Bend Oregon Native and Autism Advocate, is the
Founder and Director of Autism Resources Beaverton, a local 501c-3 non-
profit charity dedicated to the families and children of Washington County
and the Portland Metro area who are affected by autism. Autism
Resources Beaverton (A.R.B.) has programs in place that assist parents of
underprivileged autistic children who would like to try different medical
therapies that have been known to help with the effects of autism. In
cooperation with the Beaverton School District, A.R.B. is dedicated to
opening a K-12 Charter School in fall 2009 specifically for autistic children.
Born and raised in Bend, Oregon, Jessica Glover brings solid values and work ethic to A.R.B. She is married to her husband of ten years, Thaddeus Glover,
who resides in Page, Arizona and works as a Fire Fighter EMT Basic. A year ago the family was separated due to the lack of special needs programs in Arizona,
and Jessica returned to Bend with her four children, Payton and Madison, age 8, Cade, age 4, and Maycie, age 2. Upon her return, Jessica pursued her mission for her son Cade, who was diagnosed with autism in 2005 at age 2. She moved
to Beaverton in September of 2008 with her dream to open a non-profit charter
school for autistic children in mind. With one of the highest rates of autism in the
nation, Beaverton, Oregon, seemed like the perfect place to birth the next grass
roots Autism Resource non-profit. Jessica plans to stay in the Beaverton area
long term as she pursues a Political Science Degree at Portland State University.
Our Family’s Story of the Future and Education of our Autistic Child
Our son Casey was diagnosed with autism at age 3.
Since that time, our goal has always been to strive to
do whatever it takes to help our little boy succeed.
We have had many struggles along the way; we were
told Casey might not ever talk and that he would
probably not want to be around people, preferring
instead to “live in his own world.” Casey is now 10
years old, and has had a lot of success and has also
made some huge strides in his ability to function in
Casey is living proof that if autistic children get the proper guidance, education and encouragement, they can thovercome many obstacles. Now in the 4 grade, Casey still has trouble socially with other children his age.
Despite his difficulties, however, Casey is in taekwondo and piano classes, he has a huge vocabulary, loves to be
around people and has a huge heart.
In two years, Casey should go to junior high school. As things stand now, he is a very happy child, but we cannot
in good conscience allow his ego and/or feelings to be hurt by peer pressure and by being teased, bullied or
simply misunderstood by parents or by other children. We have been forced to be very careful with the people we
allow to get close to Casey, simply because many people – parents and other children alike – do not understand
how to relate to autistic children.
Autism is an epidemic today, and these children
deserve the right to have a school where they can simply be themselves. Special education, as it is
practiced today, is not working, and we need to make a
change to help autistic children reach their goals. We
are fortunate that Casey functions at a high level, but
these improvements in his capabilities came from social interaction, speech therapy, educational goals, and
countless other opportunities that autistic children need and deserve. Ron and Jennifer Zemp, owners of Club
Tan and Forever Young Medical Enhancement Centers, fully support the efforts of Jessica Glover’s Autism
Resources of Beaverton, and hope our Red Carpet
event helps raise enough money to get her proposed Jennifer and Ron Zemp with Josh, Casey and Brandon Charter School opened in 2009.
Please Help Us!
Club Tan and Forever Young Medical Enhancement Centers are asking for your support to help spread the word,
and to help us make this event a huge success. Please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know if you
can help us in this effort.
To learn more about us, visit www.clubtanoregon.com or www.foreveryoungoregon.com .
Thank you and we look forward to seeing you at the event on Sunday, December 21 in Beaverton!