Ozarks Medical Center (OMC) Foundation invites you to mark your calendar
for a rootin’, tootin’ good time! Y’all come on down
for this year’s “Wild, Wild West” themed Signature Event
to be held on Saturday, September 28, at the historic West Plains Opera House.
Attention-getting features for a $50.00 Early Bird Ticket, available until
September 13, will include Ernie Biggs Dueling Pianos and saloon-style
entertainment by Anthony Garner and his guitar. If music is not your jam,
try your hand at darts or a card game; or if you’re down on your
luck, meet with the fortune teller!
To take your evening to another level, simply pay a small additional fee
for a cigar bar, mixology class, or whiskey tasting! You could also bid
on exclusive items at the live auction and take home a late night or early
morning treat from our silent auction.
“OMC Foundation’s Signature Event has been a special night
in the lives of many for over a decade. The goal this year is to bring
excitement, food, fun, and friends to a gorgeous historic facility here
in our own back yards – just like OMC!,” said Carol Silvey,
Vice President for Advancement.
Eager to plan this year’s event excitement are Kelly Gleghorn, Melody
Hubbell, Dr. Reah Kurian, Jim McFarland, Ann Marie Newberry, John Plummer,
Josh Reeves, Chase Smith, Melissa Tate, and Tiffany Young.
The committee will pick up the tab for dinner, 2 adult beverages, and unlimited
coffee or soda with the purchase of a ticket. Additional beverages will
be available for a small charge at the cash bar.
Tickets may be purchased at the OMC Foundation at #12 Parkway Center, by
calling 417-853-5200 or online at https://ozarksmedicalcenter.networkforgood.com/events/14556-ozarks-medical-center-foundation-signature-event-wild-wild-west
Several levels of sponsorships, which include various name recognition
benefits as well as reserved seating are available. For more information
on tickets, sponsorships, or the auctions, contact a committee member
or the OMC Foundation at 417-853-5200.
The Ozarks Medical Center Foundation, established in 1998 as a not-for-profit
501(c)(3) with a local board of directors, serves as a liaison between
the donor and OMC to assist the healthcare system in providing excellent
care to the communities it serves. For more information or to make a gift
to the OMC Foundation, please call 417-853-5200.
The historic West Plains Opera House will be the site of this year’s
OMC Foundation Signature “Wild, Wild West” Event on September 28.