Pink! Nouveau Tickets On Sale Today

Jan. 25 Event Benefits MaryEllen Locher Breast Center

Friday, January 03, 2014
The Pink! Nouveau gala will be held at the Chattanooga Convention Center on Jan. 25.  Proceeds will benefit the MaryEllen Locher Breast Center.  From left, the co-chairs, Will Clegg, Paula Henderson, Scott Mattice, Donna Mattice, Ron Harr and Linda Andrea.
The Pink! Nouveau gala will be held at the Chattanooga Convention Center on Jan. 25. Proceeds will benefit the MaryEllen Locher Breast Center. From left, the co-chairs, Will Clegg, Paula Henderson, Scott Mattice, Donna Mattice, Ron Harr and Linda Andrea.

Memorial Health Care System Foundation will host Pink! Nouveau, the 9th Annual Pink! gala, on Saturday, Jan. 25, at the Chattanooga Convention Center. Proceeds from Pink! will benefit the MaryEllen Locher Breast Center.

Scott and Donna Mattice will co-chair the Foundation’s signature black-tie event with Ron Harr and Linda Andrea co-chairing the sponsorship committee and Paula Henderson and Will Clegg co-chairing the pre-party committee. The Hamico Foundation returns as the title sponsor of Pink! 

Pink! attendees will enjoy cocktails, a four course dinner, live and silent auctions followed by dancing with music by Party on the Moon.

Pink! is a celebration of life for breast cancer patients and survivors raising almost $2 million since 2006 to ensure our community has access to the most advanced breast cancer treatments available. 

Visit www.memorial.org/pink or call 495-PINK to purchase tickets or for more information.

Memorial Health Care System is a not-for-profit, faith-based healthcare organization dedicated to the healing ministry of the Church. Founded by the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth and strengthened as part of Catholic Health Initiatives, it offers a continuum of care including preventative, primary and acute hospital care, as well as cancer and cardiac care, orthopedic and rehabilitation services. Memorial is a regional referral center of choice with 4,000 associates and more than 700 affiliated physicians providing health care throughout Southeast Tennessee and North Georgia. To learn more, visit www.memorial.org.


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