Boothbay Region Health Center's first-ever “Hats for Health" sold-out fundraiser was not only a whole lot of fun for attendees but brought in over $11,000 to help benefit the Center and its mission to provide the very best health care for the Boothbay region.
The evening included a wine tasting, compliments of Wicked Wines, a grand buffet from the kitchen of Whale's Tale and music by local favorites, Dave and Chris Gagne. Master of Ceremonies Darrell Gudroe kept the evening moving along with a hat contest, silent auction, and a 50/50 raffle.
Kate Maringer won the ladies "Best Hat" (Whale’s Tale) and Dr. Chip Teel won the men's "Best Hat" for his version of brains; Honorable Mention went to Mary Lou Teel for her creative hat. a sea gull cap.
Special thanks goes to our sponsors: J. Edward Knight, First National Bank, OPI Corp, Pinkham's Gourmet Market, Pat Oberuch Electric, Pat Farrin & Sons, Wicked Wines, and Whale’s Tale. A special thanks goes to St. Andrews Free Bed Fund, which helps provide financial assistance to anyone unable to pay for health care expenses.
The Boothbay Region Health Center provides comprehensive primary care which is accessible, affordable and sustainable. It strives to unite patients and providers in an effort to provide access to good health and wellness for all ages and incomes.
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