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‘Tuscany’ theme enlivens Barton gala

Provided to the TribuneCommittee members planning for "Twilight in Tuscany," Barton Hospital Foundation's gala dinner dance, are, from left, Linda Thompson, Carol Colford, Gina Stephenson, Dolly Tillman, Ann Jones, Pat Gannon and Gayle Boren.
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From Simple Elegance to this year’s “Twilight in Tuscany,” the 10th annual gala dinner dance takes the event to a new level. Mark your calendar now for Oct. 19, beginning at 5:30 p.m. until midnight in the transformed Harrah’s Convention Center. Everyone will feel like they have left the area and are strolling down the streets of Italy.

Straight from the San Francisco Bay Area, “Encore” bring the dancing sounds from the 1940s swing era to the contemporary hits of today. Non-dancing guests can enjoy the stage performance from this nine-piece musical group. Song dedications can be made in advance to assure that special guests feel more special. If that isn’t enough, the Italian theme dinner with a double entrZe and all the side dishes to complement the theme should set everyone on the right track for a night to remember.

Barton Foundation offers this event annually and has now raised $1 million for the Endowment Fund. This fund has allowed support for the helipad construction, community automatic external defibrillators, hospice and the resource center. Contributions to the gala event will continue to assist the foundation in making the Barton HealthCare System a better place for your health care needs.



Table sponsors for 10 guests may be reserved with the $1,500 contribution. Individual tickets are $125. Call Margaret at the Barton Foundation (530) 542-2945, Ext. 3 to ensure your name and address is on the mailing list. Credit card reservations may be made. For reservations, an invitation or more information send and e-mail to mdambra@bartonhealth.org or call to above number.


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