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Spring Fling: Contributions for Chemistry


All are invited to attend the 11th annual Henderson Health Care Foundation Spring Fling Fundraiser. The event will be held on February 18th at the Henderson Mennonite Brethren Church Family Center. With a Hawaiian Luau theme, some changes will be seen. The dress code has changed a bit. You can still come dressed in your formalwear; you may also wear your Hawaiian casual, or anything in between. We want everyone to be comfortable, and have fun!

The evening will start at 5:15 pm with the auction preview, selling of raffle tickets, punch and appetizers. Dinner starts at 6:00 pm with a three-course meal prepared by various local chefs. Two members of the Sutton speech team will be honoring us as the entertainment. Dillon Ochsner and Harrison Biehl will deliver their carefully prepared humorous contest speeches. There will be a lively auction as well, with Ross Ronne serving as auctioneer. The VIP table will be the first item auctioned off before dinner. The winning bidder will have their table served first and will each receive a gift bag valued at more than $50.00, among other things to make them the VIP’S of the evening! Door prizes will also be given away.

This year all proceeds will go toward a Chemistry analyzer machine that is used many times throughout the day to analyze blood profiles that are critical in the proper diagnosis of patients. The current machine has reached its useful life with a new machine costing approximately $60,000.
The purpose of this event is to raise money for our Health Care system, which will benefit many. But, it is also designed for anyone who wants to spend an evening out enjoying great food, fellowship with friends, and fun!

Tickets are still available in Henderson, at The Henderson State Bank, Cornerstone Bank, HHCS Clinic and The Headquarters Hair & Tanning Salon and in Sutton at The Cornerstone Bank, Astra Bank, and The Henderson Health Care Services Clinic Sutton Branch. We hope to see you there!

Kim Janzen



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