NorthCrest Recognized at Vol State Fundraiser

Submitted on September 25, 2012 at 10:54 AM

An evening of bluegrass music, dinner and dancing raised $32,000 for student scholarships at Volunteer State Community College. The Harvest Moon Soirée, held at the Epic Centre in Gallatin, featured a silent auction and the Vol State Bluegrass Ensemble, "Bluegrass Ablaze." The event marked the fifth and final year NorthCrest Medical Center has been the Titanium Sponsor for the Soirée, support that has contributed greatly to the success of the event over the years.

"We want to thank NorthCrest for the incredible partnership," said Karen Mitchell, vice president of Resource Development. "These funds will go to support scholarships and that means supporting student hopes and dreams."

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Pictured left to right: Amber King, NorthCrest Medical Center; Karen Mitchell, Vol State vice president of Resource Development; Kim Pridgen, NorthCrest Medical Center; Woody Pridgen, and Dr. Jerry Faulkner, Vol State president.

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