May 14, 2015

2015 Harvest Ball to benefit Mercy Medical Center facility transformation

Mercy Service League will hold its 2015 Harvest Ball October 24 in the Canton Memorial Civic Center Auditorium with proceeds benefiting the first phase of the Mercy Medical Center facility transformation. The transformation project will provide more private rooms throughout the hospital, as well as renovate part of the hospital’s fifth floor into a state-of-the art orthopedic and observation unit.

This year’s Harvest Ball is themed “Ignite the Night.” Guests will enjoy a Venetian masquerade-inspired evening of revelry, romance and music.  The Canton Memorial Civic Center Auditorium will be fully transformed into an elaborately decorated venue for fine dining, dancing and fun. Highlights of the Harvest Ball include a five-course gourmet dining experience, live music by The Orchestra and a drawing for a $10,000 cash raffle winner. Orthopedic surgeons, Tim Conlan, M.D., and Gerald F. Klimo, M.D, will serve as honorary medical staff co-chairs for Harvest Ball.

For information on becoming a sponsor for the 2015 Harvest Ball, contact the Mercy Development Foundation at 330.430.2750 or FOUNDATION@cantonmercy.org. Cocktails will begin at 6 p.m. with dinner at 7 p.m. Attire is cocktail with black-tie optional. Individual dinner tickets are $175 each. Reservations are required and can be made by calling 330.430.2750.

About Mercy Service League
The mission of the Mercy Service League is to support the ideals and philosophies of Mercy Medical Center and the ministry of the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine through friendship, fellowship and fundraising.  Service league members provide service, outreach and education within the medical center and the community.

Mercy Medical Center is a ministry of the Sisters of Charity Health System.

Pictured L to R are the 2015 Harvest Ball honorary medical staff chairs with their wives: Dr. Gerald F. Klimo, Carole Klimo, Susan Conlan and Dr. Tim Conlan.

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