Pictured above front row from l. to r. – Jennifer Daughrity, Barbara Davis, Kim Pugh, Adrian Danchenko, MD, Richie Chaffin, Mariano Battaglia, MD, Buffy Key, Mark Wathen, MD, Debbie Hayes, Amanda Scott, Tracy Gaylean. Second row from l. to r., Chase Chaffin, Charles Sewell, Colleen Schabacker, Amy Rich, John Bell, Hannah Davis, Logen Borie. Back row from l. to r., Debbie Baker, Heather Davenport, Heather Swallows.

Event will include reception, appetizer hour and dinner

Cookeville – The Cookeville Regional Charitable Foundation‘s Heart Fund will benefit from proceeds raised at the upcoming “Women’s Heart” event scheduled for Thursday Feb. 8 from 5p.m to 8 p.m. at the Leslie Town Centre, One West First St in Cookeville.

The event will include reception and appetizer hour, wonderful seated dinner, heart-health presentation and awards ceremonies.    

Sponsored by Tennessee Heart, the event will feature a presentation by Cardiologist Dr. Yan Yatsynovich. The evening will conclude with the presentation of the Martin Coffey Cardiovascular Award. 

Tickets are $40 each or $320 per table reservation at www.CookevilleRegionalCharity.org or by calling 931-783-2003. All tickets are pre-sale only. No tickets will be available at the door.

The Heart Fund helps local cardiac patients each year with equipment, medicine, health services, transportation and essential home-needs. Women’s Heart will raise an estimated 75% of necessary funds to continue charitable patient assistance through the Foundation’s Heart Fund. 

Cookeville Regional Medical Center Foundation is a 501c3 nonprofit organization leading the Upper Cumberland in building a healthier community by providing charitable aid for struggling patients, supporting charitable-health community programs, and investing in health care improvements at CRMC.

Learn more about the Foundation at www.CookevilleRegionalCharity.org or call 931-783-2003.

Photo courtesy of CRMC.

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