August 5, 2019

Mercy Service League’s 2019 Harvest Ball "French connection" fundraiser set for October 19

Mercy Service League will hold its signature fundraising event, the Harvest Ball, on Saturday, October 19, at the Alex D. Krassas Center. With a French connection theme, the event promises to be an evening of excitement, elegance, music and dancing as the area’s only gala featuring no auction, no wallet and no program.

Guests will be treated to an elaborate five-course gourmet dining experience, complimentary cocktails, full-service bar and dessert confections, while raising funds for Mercy Medical Center.

For more information about this event or sponsorship, contact Mercy Fund Development at Foundation@cantonmercy.org or by calling 330-489-1062.

Altercare Integrated Health Services recently hosted this year's Harvest Ball kickoff party and is this year's major sponsor. Linda Ganser is serving as a co-chair of the event and Lisa Werstler, Altercare Integrated Health Services, is serving as another co-chair. Dr. Steven & Peg Hirsch are serving as the medical chairs and Norman & Jane Eckinger, Jr. are serving as the community chairs.

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

About Mercy Service League
Comprised of a dedicated and diverse group of women, the Mercy Service League supports the mission of Mercy Medical Center through service, outreach, education and fundraising efforts. The Service League participates in Mercy’s Mission Outreach and other service projects. Mercy Service League has raised significant funds for Mercy Dental Services, Mercy Emergency Services and Trauma Center, Mercy Breast Care Center, Mercy Boutique and Mercy Intensive Care Unit.

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